Russian Foreign Ministry: Holland launched anti Russian activities seriously undermining bilateral relations


Russian Foreign Ministry: Holland launched anti Russian activities seriously undermining bilateral relations

On October 4, local time, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement saying that the Dutch side launched anti-Russian activities on the grounds of espionage, causing serious damage to bilateral relations.

Four agents from the General Intelligence Service of the Russian Armed Forces entered the Netherlands with diplomatic passports in April this year, and then parked their vehicles in the parking lot of a hotel near the OPCW headquarters in The Hague in an attempt to "invade" the OPCW wireless network by installing professional equipment on the vehicle, the Dutch Defense Ministry said Wednesday. Network. However, the Holland military intelligence and Security Bureau frustrated Russia's action and deported four agents.

The statement said that the Russian side noted that the British representatives who firmly supported the anti-Russian action attended the conference of the Dutch Ministry of Defense. All this happened to catch up with Britain accusing Russia of cyber attacks on international organizations. Russia believes that all this is a self directed publicity campaign.

Recently, western countries have accused Russia of threatening international cyber security. According to US media reports, the United States has included Russia in the list of major threats to its new cyber security strategy. Russia has consistently denied threats to cyber security and expressed its desire to cooperate with the United States on cyber security issues.


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