Britain accuses Russia of joking with ministers

this is “standard practice” The Kremlin condemns the United Kingdom. Last week, as Vladimir Putin tried to divert attention from his various military failures in Ukraine, he allegedly ordered men to make fake phone calls to British ministers.

This Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman Max Blaine spoke to the press about these various calls. He also assured journalists that Russia ‘Responsible for last week’s mischievous calls to UK ministers’,

The three victims of the attack are Secretary of State for Defense Ben Wallace, Home Secretary Priti Patel and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Nadine Dorries. The first two said they had received calls from fraudsters posing as Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denis Chimhall.

British government’s security in question

In an interview with The Times, Ben Wallace claimed that it was a video call, which was terminated after the caller only asked questions. “misleading”, a “same effort” Without success, the Secretary of State for Culture was created.

“This is standard practice for Russian Information Operations Services, and propaganda is a tactic drawn directly from the Kremlin’s playbook to try to divert attention from its illegal activities and human rights abuses in Ukraine. There humans committed.”Boris Johnson’s spokesman commented. “It’s a strategy that the Russian state has tried many times. And it won’t be the last attempt, that’s for sure.”

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These incidents raise many questions about security and privacy at the top of the UK government. The fact that the caller could so easily associate with two of these three political figures clearly indicates a flaw. Max Blaine makes sure an investigation is opened.

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