NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this in an interview with the Hromadske Internet television station.
"NATO will provide equipment and we will strengthen the cyber defenses of key Ukrainian institutions [and] help Ukraine to do so. And [we're] also helping Ukraine to develop capabilities to investigate and to attribute who's behind the different cyber attacks," he said.
Stoltenberg also said that while much was being done in the field of cyber security, still more needed to be done, as it is "extremely relevant for a response to hybrid threats and hybrid warfare."
Earlier, Stoltenberg said that the North Atlantic Alliance called on Russia to fulfill its international commitments regarding the West exercises that will take place in Belarus this autumn.
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