December 7, 2022

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Tensions: Cyber ​​attack on Ukraine, several government websites shut down, warns of fear, Russia sends more troops

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Russia has said it will send troops for training at remote military bases in the Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Ministry of Defense showed several armored vehicles and other items coming out of here.

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Ukraine has been hit by a major cyber attack due to a border dispute with Russia, after which several government websites in the country have been shut down. Has expressed fears about the citizens of Ukraine and even greater danger. Russia, which has already sent more than a million troops to the neighboring border, has televised images of more troops stationed in a drill. Russia has been silent on this.

This new scenario has emerged in the region where meetings in Russia and the West have not been successful. According to a senior US diplomat, the drumbeat of war is loud and clear. However, Russia has denied plans to attack Ukraine, but has said that unspecified action is possible if its demands are not met. The NATO alliance has said it will promise to never annex Ukraine.

Russia has said it will send troops for training at remote military bases in the Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Ministry of Defense showed several armored vehicles and other items coming out of here. On the other hand, after the cyber attack, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry wrote in a Facebook message, “Worry and believe the worst, this is your past, present and future.”

Russia does not want to reduce tensions
Rob Lee, an assistant and military analyst at the US-based Foreign Policy Research Institute, said Russian troops moving towards Ukraine were a form of potential defensive defense. The movement shows that Russia has no intention of easing tensions over Ukraine. He is using his military to force the West to the negotiating table and to secure demands for security guarantees.

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All computer data was erased in Ukraine
Ukrainian authorities are investigating a major cyber attack. The attack has caused chaos in several government agencies, including the Foreign Ministry, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Security and Security Council. A spokesman for Ukraine’s foreign ministry said the attack had destroyed all computer data that could not be recovered. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

NATO emphasizes increasing Internet cooperation

NATO said on Friday that it plans to deepen Internet cooperation with Ukraine in the wake of the attack, amid rising tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine.

White House view of Russia
The White House said in a statement on Friday that Russia’s intelligence of Russia’s cyber activities against Ukraine could lead to ground attacks on Ukraine in the next 30 days.

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Ukraine has been hit by a major cyber attack due to a border dispute with Russia, after which several government websites in the country have been shut down. Has expressed fears about the citizens of Ukraine and even greater danger. Russia, which has already sent more than a million troops to the neighboring border, has televised images of more troops stationed in a drill. Russia has been silent on this.

This new scenario has emerged in the region where meetings in Russia and the West have not been successful. According to a senior US diplomat, the drumbeat of war is loud and clear. However, Russia has denied plans to attack Ukraine, but has said that unspecified action is possible if its demands are not met. The NATO alliance has said it will promise to never annex Ukraine.

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Russia has said it will send troops for training at remote military bases in the Far East. Meanwhile, footage from the Ministry of Defense showed several armored vehicles and other items coming out of here. On the other hand, after the cyber attack, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry wrote in a Facebook message, “Worry and believe the worst, this is your past, present and future.”