Berlin admits the possibility of “targeted attacks on the energy sector or an attempt by extremists to use a legitimate protest for their own purposes, as was the case during the onset of the crisis.”
“We must be prepared for possible attacks on gas terminals and other critical infrastructure,” the minister warned.
At the same time, she does not expect mass protests and riots, it is emphasized further.
At the same time, Feather warned that no budget cuts are expected in the field of internal security. On the contrary, the federal police created 1,000 new jobs this year, she added.
The head of the German Ministry of Internal Affairs also indicated that the threat from the Russian Federation, which is waging a full-scale war against Ukraine, has also led to changes in German internal security policy.
“We must protect ourselves from large-scale people from disinformation and cyber attacks from Russia,” she emphasized.
Feser noted the successful work of the German security forces in this area: since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, there has not been a single successful large-scale cyber attack on Russian German systems.
meanwhile, an energy crisis arose in Germany due to the fact that the Russian “Gazprom” significantly reduced the supply of gas.
However, in Berlin, even against the backdrop of the crisis, the possibility of launching the Nord Stream 2 pipeline was ruled out.
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