The Polish Foreign Ministry reacted to a massive cyberattack on Ukrainian state websites

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Texts in Polish published on the websites of Ukrainian government agencies after the attack by hackers are an attempt to worsen relations between countries.

The corresponding statement on Twitter was made by Polish Foreign Ministry spokesman Lukasz Jasina, UA writes.

According to him, Poland strongly condemns activities that lead to the spread of disinformation and disruption of the work of state agencies. 

“We interpret the publication of ‘statements’ in Polish as another attempt to destabilize Polish-Ukrainian relations” – Jasina stressed.

To remind, a hacker attack on government sites occurred on the night of January 13-14. The Security Service of Ukraine and the State Service for Special Communications, together with the relevant state authorities, are investigating the incident and collecting digital evidence. It is known that there was no leakage of personal data as a result of a cyber attack.

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