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Top Polish officials targeted by cyber attack from Russia: conservative leader

18.06.2021 16:03
Top Polish officials, ministers, and MPs from various political parties have been targeted by a cyber attack launched from Russian territory, the head of Poland’s ruling conservatives said on Friday.
Jarosław Kaczyński.
Jarosław Kaczyński. Photo: PAP/Albert Zawada

Jarosław Kaczyński, leader of the governing Law and Justice party, said in a statement that the attack aimed to destabilize Poland.

Kaczyński, who serves as a deputy prime minister and chairs a national security committee, appealed "to everyone to be cautious and not be part of the scenario of an operation planned against Polish officials and politicians of various groupings, one of the main goals of which is to attack Polish society and destabilize our country".

Polish lawmakers met behind closed doors this week to be briefed on a recent spate of cyberattacks.

Officials said earlier this month that investigators were probing a hacker attack on the social media and email accounts of the prime minister’s top aide, Michał Dworczyk, amid suspicions that Russia was behind the incident.

Dworczyk said he considered the cyberattack to be a part of a wider “disinformation campaign” against Poland.


Source: PAP