US rejecting dialogue on cyber sphere with Russia undermines information security


The US administration rejecting dialogue with Moscow on the cyber sphere undermines international information security, Russian Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov said on the embassy’s Telegram channel.

“We regard such statements as another example of megaphone diplomacy and evidence of Washington’s irrepressible desire to accuse Russia of all mortal sins. We have repeatedly told the US: if you have any suspicions, then they should be transmitted through official channels with the provision of specific facts and evidence,” the envoy said.

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Source: TASS News


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