Germany Seeks EU Sanctions for 2015 Cyberattack on Its Parliament

Catherine Stupp reports:

Germany is urging its fellow European Union governments to impose the bloc’s first-ever sanctions for hacking on a Russian suspect in the 2015 cyberattack on the German parliament.

An EU sanctions framework for cyberattacks took effect last year, allowing the imposition of travel bans to the EU and the freezing of bank accounts there. To impose sanctions, however, all governments in the 27-country union must agree to do so.

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