Tension: Cyber ​​attack on Ukraine, many government websites closed, Russia sent more troops to the neighborhood

Summary

Russia has said that the army will be deployed for exercises at remote military sites in its Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Defense Ministry showed several armored vehicles and other items leaving here.

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Ukraine has suffered a major cyber attack amid a border dispute with Russia, after which many government websites of the country are closed. Ukraine has expressed fear of civilians and an even greater danger. While Russia, which has already sent more than a million troops to the neighboring border, has televised images of more forces being deployed in an exercise. Russia has kept silence on this.

This new scene has appeared in this area after meetings held in Russia and Western countries with no success. A senior US diplomat said the drums of the war were ringing loudly. Russia, however, denied plans to attack Ukraine but said unspecified action was possible if its demands were not met. It has said that the NATO alliance should promise never to annex Ukraine.

Russia has said that the army will be deployed for exercises at remote military sites in its Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Defense Ministry showed several armored vehicles and other items leaving here. On the other hand, after the cyber attack, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry wrote in a Facebook message, “Worry and hope for the worse, this is for your past, present and future.”

Russia does not intend to reduce tension
Rob Lee, assistant and military analyst at the US-based Foreign Policy Research Institute, said Russian military units moving toward Ukraine are a kind of potential defense cover. This movement shows that Russia has absolutely no intention of reducing tensions on Ukraine. He is using his army to force the West to the negotiating table and to get its demands for security guarantees.

All computer data destroyed in Ukraine
Ukrainian authorities are investigating a major cyberattack. The attack has caused disturbances in several government bodies, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Security and Defense Council. A spokesman for Ukraine’s foreign ministry said the attack destroyed all computer data that was impossible to restore. “Can’t say yet who is behind the attack,” he said.

NATO emphasizes on increasing cyber cooperation
NATO said on Friday it plans to deepen cyber cooperation with Ukraine in the wake of the attack at a time of rising tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine.

Scope

Ukraine has suffered a major cyber attack amid a border dispute with Russia, after which many government websites of the country are closed. Ukraine has expressed fear of civilians and an even greater danger. While Russia, which has already sent more than a million troops to the neighboring border, has televised images of more forces being deployed in an exercise. Russia has kept silence on this.

This new scene has appeared in this area after meetings held in Russia and Western countries with no success. A senior US diplomat said the drums of the war were ringing loudly. Russia, however, denied plans to attack Ukraine but said unspecified action was possible if its demands were not met. It has said that the NATO alliance should promise never to annex Ukraine.

Russia has said that the army will be deployed for exercises at remote military sites in its Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Defense Ministry showed several armored vehicles and other items leaving here. On the other hand, after the cyber attack, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry wrote in a Facebook message, “Worry and hope for the worse, this is for your past, present and future.”

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