The UAE has denied involvement in the cyber attacks on Qatar

KIEV. July 17. UNN. The United Arab Emirates has responded to an article in The Washington Post, where it was said about the involvement of the UAE in hacker attacks on government websites of Qatar in late may, reports UNN with reference to NDTV.

Note that the statement released in Washington and the us media were “false”. This was announced by the UAE Ambassador to the US Yousef al-Otaiba.

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“The UAE did not play any role to any attack described in the article,” said the Ambassador.

He also noted that the behavior of Qatar: financing, support and action of extremists from the Taliban to Hamas and “Gaddafi” led to “undermine the stability of their neighbors.”

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Recall that in late may, during the cyber attacks on government websites of Qatar was published a provocative quote attributed to the Emir of Qatar Sheikh TA’mim bin Hamad al-Thani, which caused tension between Qatar and its neighbours.

As reported UNN, the source of U.S. intelligence reportedthat “analyzed information gathered by US intelligence, confirmed that on may 23, officials from the UAE government discussed the plan and its implementation”.

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Officials said that remains unclear, “the UAE have implemented a cyber attack, or has entered into contracts for the performance of such tasks.”

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