21.Feb .2020 16:08

Russia’s Foreign Ministry responds to Georgia's statement on cyber-attack

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Russian Foreign Ministry has denied widespread allegations that it carried out a cyberattack against Georgia in October 2019, stating that ‘there is no evidence providing’ the country was involved, accusing Tbilisi, Washington, London and other states of ‘synchronized’, anti-Russian propaganda.

All accusations are again lined up in the spirit of the notorious ‘highly likely,” Russian Foreign Ministry says.

Russia states that ‘it is regrettable’ Georgia continues to ‘demonise Russia,’ and that it has ‘failed to learn the lesson’ from last year’s crisis in the country.

Russian Foreign Ministry has denied widespread allegations that it carried out a cyberattack against Georgia in October 2019, stating that ‘there is no evidence providing’ the country was involved, accusing Tbilisi, Washington, London and other states of ‘synchronized’, anti-Russian propaganda.

All accusations are again lined up in the spirit of the notorious ‘highly likely,” Russian Foreign Ministry says.

Russia states that ‘it is regrettable’ Georgia continues to ‘demonise Russia,’ and that it has ‘failed to learn the lesson’ from last year’s crisis in the country.