China Urges Relevant Countries to Stop Tarnishing China on Cybersecurity

China Urges Relevant Countries to Stop Tarnishing China on Cybersecurity


On February 12, China urged relevant countries to stop using the excuse of so-called cyber spying and internet hacking to tarnish its image, and to stop actions and words that harm China's interests and bilateral ties. Reports alleged that hackers working for China's state security department breached the network of a Norwegian software firm, as part of a global hacking operation aimed at stealing intellectual property and corporate secrets. China always believes that cybersecurity is a global issue related to the common interests of all countries and must be safeguarded by the joint efforts of the international community, said Hua. China is a firm supporter of cybersecurity and resolutely opposes and fights against cyberattacks of any form, Hua said, adding China advocates that the international community should jointly handle cybersecurity threats through dialogue and cooperation on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit.

Source: Xinhua

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