Ukrainian World Congress calls upon int'l community to be on high alert over Russian cyberattacks
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) has called global attention to the introduction by the United States of America of additional sanctions against Russia in response to its cyber attacks during the U.S. 2016 Presidential election, according to the organization's press service.
The UWC has condemned the attempts by the Russian Federation to influence the electoral process of another sovereign state, highlighting "the serious danger of similar cyber attacks by the Russian Federation, particularly during future elections in European states in 2017."
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