The Ukrainian Foreign Office and their defence departments and banks are all under a “cyber attack” from hackers thought to be Russian.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Cabinet of Ministers and the Ukrainian parliament have all come under a cyber attack, according to reports from Klymenko Time.
Anastasiia Lapatina, a journalist in Ukraine wrote on Twitter, “Ukraine is likely under another cyber attack.
“Also – the parliament’s chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk said an hour ago that there were numerous attempts to break into his and his family’s email accounts, and block their bank cards, among “other” cyber attacks.
“The attempt to login into his email was from Russia.”
The Ukrainian President Volodmyr Zelensky has been warned on Wednesday by US Intelligence officials that Vladimir Putin will launch a full scale invasion within the next two days.
A US official told Newsweek, “The President of Ukraine has been warned Russia will highly likely begin an invasion within 48 hours based on US intelligence.”
“Additionally, reporting from aircraft observers indicates Russia violated Ukrainian airspace earlier today, flying possible reconnaissance aircraft for a short period over Ukraine.”
US Intelligence officials at the Pentagon believe that Putin’s invasion will come in the form of Russian airstrikes, cruise missiles and a ground assault in Ukraine.