New details emerge about cyberattack on Foreign Ministry

The cyberattack on Slovenia's Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of which the public was officially informed on 7 April had been in progress at least since March 2022 when the previous government was still in office, new media reports have revealed. China is believed to have been behind the attack.

The cyberattack was on the agenda of the parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee as it met behind closed doors on 26 April at the behest of Anže Logar, an MP for the opposition Democrats (SDS), who served as foreign minister in the previous government, led by Janez Janša.

Continue reading on: