German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Sunday that the German government is suspecting Moscow to be behind the recent cyber attack on the Foreign Ministry.

Maas cited a number of “problematic” actions taken by Russia aside from the cyber attack, such as delaying the implementation of a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, the poison gas attack in Britain, its support of the Syrian government, and its efforts to influence Western elections.

Maas added that they reached a point where they had to assume the attacks had come from Russia, and said that they were condemning those negative contributions.

Source: Reuters

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