He said that Moscow not only represents a military threat, but also seeks to weaken Western influence by developing new combat capabilities in space and cybertechnologies.
The general stressed that by their actions Russia is trying to find the vulnerable places of the West and to use them. Given the constant accusations against the Russian Federation in Skripale poisoning, is it necessary to consider that Skripal is also a weak point of the West?
In this regard, he considers it necessary to respond to such a threat by strengthening support for the potential of the Western Alliance and the unity of NATO member countries.
On the eve of the media there were publications of documents discovered by a group of hackers Anonymous. They testify to the alleged involvement of the British Integrity Initiative project in interfering in the internal affairs of a number of European countries and in fighting "the means of Russian propaganda and disinformation." The documents also give examples of misinformation to which Russia allegedly resorted to covering such events as the Boeing-777 catastrophe in the Donetsk region, the use of chemical weapons in Syria, the poisoning of the former GRU Skripal employee and his daughter, and reunification with the Crimea.
At the same time, in Britain they don’t say a word about why, given the abundance of statements, for example, about the fight against international terrorism, London has not yet imposed sanctions against financial and credit organizations through which the same ISIL and Al Qaeda’s financial turnover goes. *? If there are no sanctions against these structures, but there is one against Russia, the conclusion is the same: terrorist groups are acting in line with British policy that London is profitable.