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Breaking News: NATO Secretary General condemns Cyber attacks against Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg released a statement about ongoing cyberattacks against Ukraine without mentioning clearly Russia as the aggressor and states that NATO will support Ukraine on this occasion.

Specifically, NATO Secretary General released a statement:

“I strongly condemn the cyber attacks on the Ukrainian Government.

NATO has worked closely with Ukraine for years to help boost its cyber defences. NATO cyber experts in Brussels have been exchanging information with their Ukrainian counterparts on the current malicious cyber activities.

Allied experts in the country are also supporting the Ukrainian authorities on the ground. In the coming days, NATO and Ukraine will sign an agreement on enhanced cyber cooperation, including Ukrainian access to NATO’s malware information sharing platform.

NATO’s strong political and practical support for Ukraine will continue.” concludes the statement released by North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

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