Russia blames US for massive cyberattacks — Analysis

Moscow has a strong defense against cyberattacks, according to the Foreign Ministry.

United States and allies created international “offensive cyber-forces”According to the Moscow Foreign Ministry, Russia has unleashed these weapons on Russia as part of its military operation in Ukraine.

Russian media outlets, government agencies and critical infrastructure include “subjected to powerful blows with the use of advanced information and communication technologies,”On Tuesday, the ministry released a statement.

Russian authorities are witnessing hundreds of thousands of these attacks every day. They’re carried out by a sort of “offensive cyber-forces,”These were assembled by the US, at Kiev’s suggestion.

Moscow says that there are a total of “unprecedented scale”These attacks indicate that not only are the Ukrainian cyber-units being trained by NATO and America, but other actors as well. “anonymous hackers and provocateurs”those who are accountable to Kiev government backers.

According to the statement, these were their actions “army of cyber-mercenaries”Who is assigned to special missions against Russia “border on open terrorism.”

So far, the Russian authorities have not been able “effectively resist”It added that it had also been attacked.

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This aggression towards Moscow will lead to “grave consequences for its masterminds and perpetrators.”The Foreign Ministry warns that those responsible for cyberattacks will have to be found and held accountable for any violations of law.

Russia sent its troops into Ukraine in late February, following a seven-year standoff over Kiev’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements, and Russia’s eventual recognition of the republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. These protocols, which were French and German-brokered, had been created to regulate the state of these regions in the Ukrainian government.

Moscow demanded Ukraine be declared neutral, and that it not become a member of the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev maintains that Russia’s offensive was not provoked and denies claims that it intended to take over the Donbass via force.

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