VILNIUS – The Lithuanian State Security Department (SSD) is monitoring the attempts to spread panic over COVID-19 and sees an increase in activity on the part of Russia aimed at misinforming the public, Darius Jauniskis, chief of the intelligence agency, said on Monday.
“We see a pickup in information operations, a certain input from Russia’s intelligence services and their activity in cyberspace aimed at misinforming our public, spreading certain panic and distrust in the EuroAtlantic area and public authorities,” he told the parliamentary Nationa...
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