NATO and Ukraine strengthen cooperation against cyber attacks | abroad

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had already announced on Friday that cooperation with Ukraine in the field of cybersecurity would be expanded. Natalia Galibarenko, Ukraine’s ambassador to NATO, and Belgium’s Ludwig Decamps, head of the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA), on Monday signed the text sealing the enhanced cooperation.

Galybarenko emphasized the importance of the renewed agreement, “With the support of NATO, we aim to introduce more modern technologies and information services into the command and control system of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.”

“We will deepen our cooperation with Ukraine to help the country modernize its ICT services,” Decamps said. “We will also look at areas where staff training may be necessary,” she said.

Enhanced cooperation comes at a time Tensions between NATO and Russia have sharply escalatedBecause of the situation on the Ukrainian border. The West accuses Moscow of preparing an attack on its neighbor. But Russia argues that the military’s deployment to the border region is merely a response to the increasingly hostile NATO presence in an area that, according to the Russians, lies within their sphere of influence. Busy diplomatic talks did not yield a breakthrough last week.

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