Russia rejects europe election hacking claims
EU foreign ministers in Brussels have warned of new round of sanctions against Russia, after the US-Russian intelligence agency said hackers tried to sway the elections in Germany, France and Italy.
“The European parliament will have to decide on Thursday,” said the 김해출장샵head of the foreign affairs committee, Frank-Walter Steinmeier. “We will probably have sanctions on those nations in response.”
He said that “we cannot make a final judgment now” on whether to s실시간바카라end new measures against Russia until there is more information.
Steinmeier is expected to present the vote in the Bundestag, and the proposed sanctions at a meeting on September 22. He said he hoped that the decision would go against Russia, but that would depend on other elements.
He said that Germany is open to sanctions against Russia, but added that there is a difference between sanctions and retaliatory measures.
On Monday morning, the White House announced that President-elect Donald Trump would take action against Russia over Moscow’s election hacking. He called it a “very big problem.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the chairwoman of the German Bundestag (lower house of parliament), has stressed her country’s support for a full investigation of Russian claims.
“The president-elect will be given a chance to give us more information to investigate,” she said.
At the same time, the German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel called on the President-elect to “take the appropriate measures and to make an act of strong unity and unity.”
He said that as an independent a퍼스트카지노nd strong member of NATO, Europe can still be “vulnerable to attacks of that kind,” calling for more information in the event of a cyber attack.