New EU sanctions apply to hackers and cyber-attacks – Kuleba.

The European Union's decision to apply sanctions against cyber-attacks will help deter Russian aggressive actions in cyberspace.

"I welcome the EU decision to apply restrictive measures against those who committed cyber-attacks. It allows the EU to impose sanctions on persons or entities that are responsible for or involved in cyber-attacks. This will help deter Russian malign activity in the cyberspace," Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba posted on Twitter.

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