Finnish Defence Forces Will To Continue Observations for Cyber Warfare | FINNBAY

The Chief of Intelligence from the Finnish Defence Forces, General Harri Ohra-ahon, believes that the Defence Forces must focus on cyber warfare intelligence to compliment the army’s observation work in the region. The announcement came after Finnish Defence Forces’ confirmation of their awareness of the “training sounds” coming from the Russian side near the Finnish border.

Yesterday, the Finnish Defence Forces confirmed with FINNBAY that they were aware of the Russian trainings nearby the Russian border. “We see lights and hear noises across from the border, we are aware of them,” said Eero Karhuvaara from the Finnish Defence Forces.

Karhuvaara says, “Russians are probably doing exercises and activities. The Russian side informed the Finnish border guards of this initiation before; however, we do not know what is happening behind the border.”

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