NATO Secretary General confirmed the position for blocking Ukraine Russian sites.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg assured that there is no reason not to believe Ukraine about the reasons of the prohibition of access to several Russian sites. He stated this at a press conference in Brussels.
“The Ukrainian government announced that it is about security, not freedom of speech,” he said, noting that NATO is interested in strengthening of democratic freedoms in Ukraine, but sees no reason to associate the ban of social networks with freedom of speech.
Thus, Stoltenberg reiterated the recent informal NATO stance.
The NATO Secretary General also noted the educational vulnerability of Ukrainian society, which is important in the context of this prohibition.
“We see how vulnerable are individual companies in front of cyber-attacks, and help Ukraine to strengthen its ability to cope with cyber attacks,” said Jens Stoltenberg.
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