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News i Agency – Alleged distribution of radioactive material after a cyber attack on Polish media

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According to News i Agency’s International Group, two government websites in Poland were hacked on Wednesday, during which news was published about the unrealistic threat of the distribution of radioactive materials from Lithuania to the border points of this country.

According to the news agency The Associated Press The Polish government has denied allegations of radioactive material leak, and a Polish government official has claimed that the attack had the characteristics of a Russian cyber attack.

In this cyber attack, the website of the Atomic Energy Organization and the Polish Ministry of Health published claims that nuclear waste was leaking from Lithuania and that there was a threat against Poland. In addition, the Twitter account of a Polish journalist who often writes about Russia and Eastern Europe was hacked.

Stanislaw Zarin, spokesman for the head of Poland’s security service, claimed that the attack was a routine Russian attempt to create suspicion and division among Western allies. Zarin said the attempt was similar to a cyber attack in 2020 and the release of false information about the release of radioactive material from the Chernobyl facility in Ukraine to Poland.

Russian officials have not yet commented on the Polish government’s claim.

Poland has announced to the United States that it intends to build six nuclear reactors in the next 20 years. “It will begin and end in 2043.”

The senior Polish government official announced talks with the United States, referring to a visit to the UAE nuclear facility.

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