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NATO creates new center for fighting hybrid threats

The member states are planning to concentrate on cybersecurity, counter-narrative, and economic security
21:57, 11 July 2018

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Representatives of the member states of NATO approved the development of structures specialized on fighting the hybrid threats. Jens Stolberg, the Secretary-General of NATO claimed this at the briefing on the first day of the summit, 112 Ukraine reports

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‘Today, we have agreed on the development of new powers against the hybrid threats. It is cybersecurity, counter-narrative, and economic security. Also, we have agreed on the creation of the new cybersecurity hub and to strengthen the command structure,’ he claimed.

Reportedly, the NATO summit started today in Brussels and will last for two days.

Related: NATO believes Crimea’s annexation is not reason to isolate Russia, - Stoltenberg

Reportedly, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the Alliance did not recognize the annexation of Crimea, but this, in his opinion, is not an excuse to isolate Russia. He said this at the NATO summit.

According to him, instances, when Russia "interfered in the internal affairs of other states in could be seen Salisbury, in Montenegro."

He stressed that we should not forget about the annexation of Crimea, cyber-attacks, interference in the domestic politics of other countries, but "it is necessary to use all the tools to change the situation for the better."

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