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Russia to attempt cyber attacks to interfere in Ukraine's elections, - US Intelligence director

The Director of the U.S. National Intelligence Agency Dan Coats said this at a hearing in the U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence
23:18, 29 January 2019

U.S. National Intelligence Agency Dan Coats at hearing of U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence on Jan. 29, 2019
US Senate on Intelligence

Russia can try to use cyber attacks to influence the presidential election in Ukraine, said Dan Coats, director of the National Intelligence Agency on Tuesday, as it is broadcasted on the website of the U.S. Senate Select Intelligence Committee.

"We expect that Russia will use cyber-technologies in order to influence the upcoming presidential elections in Ukraine," he said at a hearing in the U.S. Senate Committee on Intelligence.

Related: Facebook vows to curb outside electoral ads ahead of Ukraine vote

As it was reported earlier, U.S. Ambassador reveals American attitude to Ukraine’s presidential elections. The U.S does not support separate candidate, it supports the entire Ukrainian nation, as the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovich said during her speech at the Ukrainian leadership academy.

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