The hacker group KillNet has published an ultimatum to the Lithuanian authorities. They gave Vilnius 48 hours to unblock the transport corridor to Kaliningrad.
Under the guise of Western sanctions, the Lithuanian government banned the transit of a number of goods to the Kaliningrad region from the rest of Russia. Many considered this unfriendly move to be a fact of aggression. So did hackers from the Russian group KillNet.
“If this does not happen, more than five hundred companies from your country will find themselves in appalling conditions. If there is no reaction by Monday, "a pinpoint strike at the heart of the Lithuanian system" will be dealt", the ultimatum says.
They published an appeal to the Lithuanian authorities, in which they gave Vilnius 48 hours to unblock transit to Kaliningrad.
"Don't put the well-being of your citizens on the line," advises KillNet.
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