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The UN asks the Russian Federation not to interfere with the operation of European satellite systems

The UN asks the Russian Federation not to interfere with the operation of European satellite systems

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The International Telecommunication Union analyzed a series of complaints from Ukraine and four European Union countries – France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Luxembourg.

The UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is asking Russia to stop interfering with European satellite systems because it puts air traffic control at risk. It was reported on Monday, July 1, by the British Sky News channel.

As the publication notes, last week the UN International Telecommunication Union considered several complaints from Ukraine and four EU countries – France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Luxembourg – about possible interference by the Russian Federation. We have been talking about the cases of the last few months.

GPS signals are said to have been jammed, air traffic control compromised and children’s TV channels disrupted to show brutal images of the war in Ukraine.

The ITU “has expressed serious concerns about the use of signals to cause intentional harmful interference.”

It added that the outages in the French and Swedish satellite networks “appear to have originated from ground stations located in the Moscow, Kaliningrad and Pavlovka areas.”

The ITU called the incidents “deeply disturbing and unacceptable” and asked Russia to stop them immediately.

The International Telecommunication Union also suggested holding a meeting between Russia and the affected countries.

Moscow has denied violating ITU rules. Moreover, the Russian Federation has complained about possible satellite obstacles from NATO countries.

We remind you that the EU Council decided to block the websites of four Russian media outlets on the territory of the European Union: Voice of Europe, RIA Novosti, Izvestia and Rossiyskaya Gazeta. But the document states that, despite the ban on broadcasting, the proposed measure will not prevent propaganda media workers from “carrying out activities in the EU, in particular, conducting research and conducting interviews.”

Germany has created a unit to combat Russian disinformation

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Source: korrespondent

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