Russian citizens involve in cyber crimes against our members states, EU

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BRUSSELS (web report):- The Eropean Union claimed that some ghostwriters from Russian State are in involved malicious cyber activities against it’s member states. 

An official statement has been released by the EU’s spokesperson in this regard

The spokesperson said “some EU Member States have observed malicious cyber activities, collectively designated as Ghostwriter, and associated these with the Russian state”.

Such activities are unacceptable as they seek to threaten our integrity and security, democratic values and principles and the core functioning of our democracies, it said.

Although, the union has issued press statement but it didn’t mentioned names of the statements which are facing this crime. but it said that  these malicious cyber activities are targeting numerous members of Parliaments, government officials, politicians, and members of the press and civil society in the EU by accessing computer systems and personal accounts and stealing data.

The spokesperson as said that these activities are contrary to the norms of responsible State behaviour in cyberspace as endorsed by all UN Member States, and attempt to undermine our democratic institutions and processes, including by enabling disinformation and information manipulation.

The European Union and its Member States strongly denounce these malicious cyber activities, which all involved must put to an end immediately, he said.

“We urge the Russian Federation to adhere to the norms of responsible state behaviour in cyberspace”, he said.

The European Union will revert to this issue in upcoming meetings and consider taking further steps, the spokesperson further said.

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