NATO has said members are set to take tougher action against Russian spies across the alliance in response to a campaign of hostile activities by Moscow that includes acts of sabotage and cyber-attacks.


NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg speaking before NATO defence ministers meeting in Brussels, said the alliance has seen several examples of sabotage, of arson attempts, of cyber-attacks, of disinformation, frowning against Russian campaign of hostile activities against NATO allies.


Stoltenberg said ministers would also discuss NATO’s options to respond, including the protection of critical maritime and cyber infrastructure, and also tighter restrictions on Russian intelligence personnel across the alliance.


The NATO chief also expressed optimism that member states will announce significant donations and supports for Ukraine as it defends itself against Russia in the coming days.


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