This was stated by the press-secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.
“This is a very sensitive topic. Here, unfortunately, we cannot disclose substantive issues related to the work that is being carried out,” he said in response to a request to comment on the implementation of the agreements between the Russian Federation and the United States in the field of cybersecurity following the summit of the leaders of the two countries in Geneva.
He stressed that Russia cannot disclose details of cybersecurity interaction with the United States.
“A working mechanism has been established, and it is performing its functions. In this regard, we can rather give a positive assessment of how the Geneva agreements are being implemented in this part,” the Kremlin spokesman said.
At the same time, Dmitry Peskov drew attention to the fact that Russia positively assesses the interaction between Moscow and Washington in the field of cybersecurity following the summit in Geneva of Russian President Vladimir Putin and American leader Joseph Biden.
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