The G7 will help Ukraine with cyber defense against Russian attacks.
- It is still unknown what technology will be transferred to Ukraine. However, Ukraine Minister Mykhailo Fedorov will provide its allies with their exact needs.
- Germany is currently leading the G7 group, so Federal Minister Volker Wissing is holding an event in the Rhineland.
- Volker Wissing presented a G7 statement entitled “Cyber resilience of digital infrastructures in the face of Russia’s war against Ukraine.” In the report, seven states condemned Moscow’s war of aggression in the most brutal way.
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