Just over a month before the US presidential elections, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed to the United States a non-interference agreement between the two countries as a way to prevent cyber incidents.
In a statement released on Friday (25), the Russian said that one of the biggest strategic challenges today is the risk of “large-scale confrontations in the digital sphere” and suggested a restart of relations between the two countries in the use of information technologies. and communication.
“[I propose] an exchange of guarantees of non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, including electoral processes, through the use of high-tech information and communication methods,” said Putin.
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