Georgia strongly condemns cyber attacks against Ukraine and its government, Foreign Ministry has tweeted on Sunday.
“Actions of this kind are totally unacceptable and create ground for the further escalation of situation. We stand in solidarity with Ukraine,” MFA said.
?? strongly condemns cyber attacks against #Ukraine ?? and its government. Actions of this kind are totally unacceptable and create ground for the further escalation of situation. We stand in solidarity with ?? @MFA_Ukraine.
— MFA of Georgia (@MFAgovge) January 15, 2022
Several Ukrainian government websites went offline after a cyber-attack on Friday.
As a result of a massive cyber attack, the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a number of other government agencies are temporarily down. Our specialists have already started restoring the work of IT systems, and the cyberpolice has opened an investigation.
— Oleg Nikolenko (@OlegNikolenko_) January 14, 2022
NEWS IN KYIV: Several Ukrainian government websites down due to a major a cyberattack. Below is the @MFA_Ukraine website now. It reads in part: “Ukrainians!…All information about you has become public, be afraid and expect worse.” Sites of MOD and Education ministry also down. pic.twitter.com/3lbA06Q3Fl
— Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) January 14, 2022