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The United States began to develop tactics of cyber war against Russia

WASHINGTON, (BM) – The US Armed Forces cyber command has begun developing information warfare tactics that could be launched against Russia, writes The Washington Post, citing former and current US officials, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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The publication reports that the US military is developing options to counter external threats in order to prevent possible interference in the 2020 elections, reports TASS.

The purpose of such a counteraction, as the publication notes, for Washington may be representatives of the high-level Russian leadership.

Recall that in April, US special prosecutor Robert Muller completed an investigation into “Russian interference” in the 2016 presidential election. He came to the conclusion that the interference allegedly occurred through social networks and with the help of hacker attacks. At the same time, Muller did not find a conspiracy with the team of Donald Trump.

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President Vladimir Putin emphasized that accusing Russia of allegedly interfering in the internal affairs of other states is an illusion, as well as a “desire to wishful thinking” in order to get some kind of external adversary whose presence helps to resolve domestic political issues.

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