The center will counteract the foreign campaigns for disinformation and terrorism, as well as monitor the risks associated with the rationalization of political attitudes, Polskie Radio reports.

The facility was opened after the Czech Republic had been warned about the actions plotted against it by the Russian Federation counter-intelligence. According to intelligence agencies, cyberwar, Russia is waging against other countries, aims to promote extremism, as well as mistrust towards the EU and NATO.

Earlier, in May last year, the Interior Minister of the Czech Republic Milan Hovnets said that his Ministry began preparations for combating RF information interference and would soon create a special unit to detect the Russian propaganda in the media spaces.

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