Russia is pushing its foreign policy in increasingly aggressive ways including cyber-attacks and espionage, posing a growing threat to Britain and the rest of Europe, the head of Britain’s internal intelligence agency MI5 has said.
The Kremlin dismissed the allegations as untrue and challenged its critics to produce evidence.
MI5 Director General Andrew Parker said Russia had been a covert threat for decades, but what differed now from the Cold War era was that there were more and more methods available for it to pursue its anti-Western agenda.
“Russia increasingly seems to define itself by opposition to the West and seems to act …read more
Source: Cyprus Mail