The Kremlin has responded to the accusations of Kiev in the cyber attack


RIA Novosti

Accusations of Russia in the organization of cyber attacks on the website of the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and restrictions against Russian sites show a “rabid Russophobic direction” policy of Kiev, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

“The lack of any specifics once again confirms the absolute groundlessness of such accusations. And against the background of decisions adopted yesterday by the Ukrainian side once again demonstrates the rabid Russophobic policy orientation of Kiev”, — said Peskov told reporters.
So he answered the question about the accusations of Russia in the organization of cyber attacks on the website Poroshenko.

The Deputy head of the presidential administration (AP) Ukraine Dmytro Shimkiv said that the official website of the Ukrainian head of state since the second half of the day Tuesday allegedly subjected to organized DDOS-attack the service “Yandex” and “Vkontakte”.

Earlier Tuesday Poroshenko approved the decision of the national security Council on the renewal and expansion of the list of natural and legal persons of the Russian Federation in respect of which the sanctions. The extended list included 1228 physical and legal entities. 468 In particular, Ukraine imposes sanctions against a number of Russian media, the country is also prohibited access to social networks “Vkontakte”, “Classmates” and resources “Yandex” and The decree States that it shall enter into force on the date of its publication.