Ukraine's Ambassador to the Holy See, Andrii Yurash reports that many government websites have been attacked.
Russian hackers attacked Vatican websites after Pope Francis spoke about the brutality of the invasion forces, as Ukraine's Ambassador to the Holy See, Andrii Yurash reported.
"Today, the Russian terrorists got their hands on the governmental websites of the Holy See: many online pages of various governmental institutions ran by the Roman Curia have become inaccessible! Russian hackers have once again demonstrated the real face of Russian policy, directly defined by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe as a terrorism. Most likely, it is Russia’s response to the latest important statements by Pope Francis," he wrote.
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