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Observers from Ukrainian World Congress report Russia's attempts to disrupt elections in Ukraine

According to Ukraine's Interior Ministry, there were no serious cyberattacks during the current election campaign - unlike the presidential campaign
20:50, 21 July 2019
 
Observers from the Ukrainian World Congress report on Russia's attempts to disrupt the snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine. This was announced by Eugene Czolij, the president of the organization, as the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reports.

"During the presidential election, our team was represented by 122 observers who carried out media monitoring for 30 countries of the world, in 20 languages ​​and recorded attempts to misinform the Western world about the electoral process in Ukraine. In our report we emphasize once again that the Russian Federation tried to disrupt the election process during the presidential campaign in Ukraine," Eugene Czolij said.

Interior Minister Arsen Avakov explained how the parliamentary election campaign differs from the presidential one.
 
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Russian and occupational media continue to promote propaganda, including on Day of Silence... Unlike the presidential campaign, during the parliamentary campaign, we did not record serious cyberattacks. We constantly cooperate with British, Canadian and American and European colleagues, as well as with offices of Facebook, Google, Twitter," Arsen Avakov said.

We recall, on the eve of the 2019 presidential election, the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine warned about Russia's plans to conduct unprecedented cyber-attacks on the servers of the Central Election Commission and district election commissions of Ukraine in order to question the legitimacy of the electoral process.

In April, the Interior Ministry reported attempts to gain access to the electoral system, including from Russian IP addresses.
 
 
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