Russia: NATO is opening in Albania a center for hybrid attacks, the region has big problems

2024-04-03 16:31:06Politikë SHKRUAR NGA REDAKSIA VOX
Maria Zakharova

Russia has begun to fabricate an excuse to threaten Albania. The spokeswoman of the foreign ministry, Maria Zakharova, during a conference in Moscow, accused NATO and the European Union of expanding their cyber centers aimed at attacks against Russia. According to her, such a one is also being opened in Albania and she claims that the mission of the center will be "to help create a negative image for Russia".

Zakharova warns that "in this way, another source of hybrid threats is being created in the Balkans", saying that this is a region with major political problems.

"The focus of such cyber centers will be on Russia, which for the United States is one of the main threats to American stability in the digital sphere," said Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry. The foreign ministry official claims that a similar center was established in 2017 in Helsinki, Finland, which the Russian military says operates in the military, political, diplomatic, economic, informational, medical and other spheres to damage its image. positive of Russia. Zakharova further accused NATO of dangerous war maneuvers.

"Currently, in relations with Russia, the bloc has returned to the mentality of the Cold War. In its doctrinal documents, the country has been declared, and I quote, 'the greatest direct threat'. There is an active military build-up in the east. Military exercises of an unprecedented scale. They are preparing for war against Russia and they don't even hide it," she added. She said, among other things, that NATO has no place in the new multipolar world and that it remains in Russia's eyes.