The European Parliament website has been hit by a cyberattack, shortly after lawmakers approved a resolution calling Russia a “state sponsor of terrorism,” officials say.
Parliament spokesman Jaume Duch posts on Twitter that the site has been targeted by a “DDOS attack” designed to force high levels of traffic from outside parliament onto the site, disrupting the network.
Parliament declares that Putin's regime is a state sponsor of terrorism.
MEPs send strong message paving the way for international tribunal to bring those committing atrocities against Ukrainians to justice.
— Jaume Duch (@jduch) November 23, 2022