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Poland ‘seriously concerned’ over cyber-attack on Georgia

21.02.2020 11:25
The Polish foreign ministry has said that, like the US and Britain, it believes Russian intelligence services were responsible for large-scale cyber-attacks against Georgia last October.
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“We join the statements issued by Georgia, USA, UK and number of EU countries that attribute the responsibility for [these] cyber-attacks to intelligence services of the Russian Federation,” the foreign ministry in Warsaw said in statement posted in English on its website.

It added: “We share the position of our allies and international partners that irresponsible and malicious cyber activities of the Russian Federation, undermining the international stability and sovereignty of other countries, must be exposed and strongly condemned.”

The foreign ministry in Warsaw said Poland remained “unwavering in our support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and its Euro-Atlantic aspirations.”

Britain and the United States joined Georgia on Thursday in blaming Russia for last year’s attack, which knocked thousands of Georgian websites offline and disrupted national television broadcasts, the Reuters news agency reported. Russia denied the allegations.