Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on Wednesday thanked the UK government for allocating an additional £5 million in funding for a new phase of the UK-Georgia program aimed at bolstering the country’s resistance to Russian cyberattacks.
Garibashvili stressed that the funding contributed to both Georgian and European security.
“We extremely appreciate the £5 million funding from our strategic partner, the UK, to strengthen Georgia’s resilience to external threats in cyberspace by contributing to both Georgian and European security!”, tweeted the head of government on this subject.
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— Irakli Garibashvili (@GharibashviliGe) June 29, 2022
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced additional funding for the program on Wednesday, which will enable Georgia’s National Security Council to implement its new cybersecurity strategy, which involves efforts to identify and repel attacks ‘aimed at undermining’ security. Georgian and European.