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for NATO, a cyberattaker can be considered as a real armed aggression
© provided by Clubic NATO Flag © NATO NATO clarified its position on cyberattacks, indicating that it was ready to answer in the same way as armed aggression. This announcement was made in a joint statement between all the Governments present at the NATO summit which began in Brussels on 14 June.
NATO-Summit-Space: NATO ready to respond in case of attack in space, according to a project of Press release
Brussels (Reuters) - NATO is ready to respond for attacks in space or from the space, shows a copy of the final communiqué that Reuters could consult.
"We consider that attacks to, since or in space have a clear challenge for the security of the Alliance, whose impact could threaten (...) prosperity, safety and stability, and could be Also detrimental to modern societies that a conventional attack ", can be read in the declaration that will be published at the end of the summit bringing together on Monday the leaders of the countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels.
such attacks could lead to a triggering of Article 5, that on the Alliance's collective defense clause, according to the statement.
In 2019, the Allies adopted a new space policy that makes space an environment in the same way as the air, the land, the maritime and cyberspace, explaining to adapt to a situation provoked by the development. By Russia and China tools that may, for example, cause malfunctions on satellites.
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biden ensures the Europeans of his support before meeting Putin .
Video: European leaders spied by the United States: "It's extremely serious," Reacts Clement Beaune (Le Figaro) Your Browser does not support this video © Eric Baradat Pavel Golovkin The Democratic President went so far as to qualify Vladimir Putin of "killer", attracting strong criticism of Moscow. AFP This is a message sent before a visit Wednesday on the European soil Wednesday.