... most targeted by such intrusion efforts outside Ukraine, but member countries of the
military alliance, which provided critical support to Ukraine during the conflict, were hit too, according to the report.
These include organizations based in Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Poland, as well as Finland and Sweden, countries that have expressed a desire to join the
The report said that the target was mostly governments, but included think tanks, humanitarian groups, and ...
... has come together to defend Ukraine, Smith said.
Nearly two-thirds of the cyberespionage targets involved
members. The United States was the prime target and Poland was the main conduit for military assistance to Ukraine. In the past two months, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Turkey have seen stepped-up targeting.
A striking exception is Estonia, where
has detected no Russian cyberattacks since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. Estonia adopted cloud computing, which makes ...
... EU finance ministers on Friday.
member states have approved Poland's
National Recovery Plan
source told PAP.
The decision was made at the Luxembourg meeting of
finance ministers on Friday. During the vote, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands called on
the European Commission
to carefully assess Poland's progress in the change of the judicial system before any payments are made.
According to PAP sources, the Netherlands abstained from voting.
On June 1,
... off 300 employees, cutting its administrative staff in half, as it seeks to become profitable, after growing rapidly during the COVID-19 pandemic. L 5 N 2 XG 1 NK The company also announced that it would look into selling its businesses in Belgium, Denmark, Italy and Spain. Only in Spain were redundancies examined,
said on Tuesday.
... package is currently being prepared, work is ongoing to identify sectors that could be hit, officials said.
According to officials familiar with the discussions, gold is one of the possible next targets.
At a closed-door meeting of
envoys last week, Denmark suggested that the next sanctions could concern gold, among other sectors, according to a spokeswoman for the Danish ambassador to the
A person familiar with the work on sanctions told Reuters that the European Commission was working on ...
... minister said.
The Russian cuts are threatening the European economy at a time of already high inflation and feeble growth.
, Germany's biggest buyer of Russian gas, said it may find it hard to supply its own clients if the situation persists. Denmark has issued an early warning on the effects of shortages.
-Dieter Maubach, chief executive officer of
, said in an interview that we do fulfill contracts we sign with our customers now, but to what extent we can continue to do that,...
... with support from Google.org to encourage environmental and climate projects that use data from private and public sources.
The ICLEI Action Fund
1.0 grants 2.5 million EUR to six non-profit and academic organisations in Copenhagen Denmark, Berlin and Hamburg Germany,
France and Birmingham and Oldham UK in May 2020. An additional 2.8 million EUR was provided by Google.org to the
USA, which is more than 10 million EUR in support for data-driven environmental projects....
... evolve quickly and the market is expected to expand.
The turbines have been recycled for several useful products, but they have only been done at a small-scale level.
fibres from the blades can be extracted, so they can be recycled into cement.
In Denmark, energy companies have used old turbines to build bus stops and playground equipment.
said that you could only build so many bus shelters and there are thousands of wind turbines going to waste in the next 10 to 20 years.