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China responded to the accusations in an attack on the Vatican system

During the investigation of the cases of hacker attacks, you must provide sufficient proof, rather than relying on guesswork, said Wednesday the official representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of China Wang Wenbin, commenting on the accusations of the us IT companies that Chinese hackers allegedly attacked the information system of the Vatican.

Previously, the U.S.-based company Recorded Future, which works in the field of cybersecurity, said that allegedly connected with the Chinese authorities, the group has committed hacker attacks on the systems of the Vatican and other organizations "in anticipation of the expected in September 2020 renewal important preliminary agreement for China and the Vatican from 2018". According to the company, as a result of this agreement, the Communist party of China supposedly got more "control "underground" Catholic community in the country, which, historically, subjected to persecution."

IT company of the US said China's ties with attacks on the Vatican system

The U.S.-based company Recorded Future, which works in the field of cybersecurity, said that allegedly connected with the Chinese authorities, the group has carried out a hacking attack on the system of the Vatican in anticipation of the renewal of the preliminary agreement with Beijing on the appointment of bishops.

"Since early may, the Vatican, the Catholic diocese of Hong Kong and a few others associated with the Catholic Church organizations came under attack in the RedDelta supported by the China group, which activity is a threat," reports the company Recorded Future on your website.

Pope Francis urged Armenia and Azerbaijan to dialogue

Pope Francis encouraged through dialogue to achieve a peaceful solution to the problems existing between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

"With concern I observe a new aggravation in the last days of the armed tensions in the Caucasus between Armenia and Azerbaijan," said the Pontiff, speaking with a traditional Sunday sermon to the faithful who gathered in St. Peter's square at the Vatican.

When the nation is more important than faith: enemies "the Russian Church" has decided to unite

Ukraine is once again talking about the creation of a "United and independent churches." Only this time it can appear on the basis of obedient Istanbul Constantinople Patriarch Bartholomew, "the Orthodox churches of Ukraine" (ptsu) and subordinates to the Pope Greek Catholic (UGCC). The aims and prospects of the new "superbadiste" — in the material RIA Novosti.

Church St. Peter and Paul this year was held in Ukraine on an unprecedented scale. Solemn services on July 12 broadcast of the secular TV channels — both national and local.

The Vatican has published rules to address cases of pedophilia in the Church

The congregation for the doctrine of the faith (formerly the Holy Inquisition) published on Thursday a special document, which, according to the prefect of this powerful Department of the Vatican, the Spanish cardinal of Ferrera Louis Laduree should be a "manual" for all members of the Church who have to deal with cases of priests accused of sexual abuse against minors.

Presenting this voluminous document, consisting of 164 articles, Ladaria Ferrer noted that the necessity of his birth was due to numerous requests from bishops, abbots, and other prominent members of the clergy. The final decision on the preparation of such a "practical guide" was taken on in February 2019 at the Vatican summit on the protection of minors in the Roman Catholic Church.

The President of Poland wants to make the first after the inauguration of the visit to Rome

The President of Poland Andrzej Duda wants to make his first after the inauguration of the visit to Rome and the Vatican, reported the head of the Chancellery of the Polish President Krzysztof Mersky in the Polish radio.

On Sunday, the tune was re-elected Poland's President for a second term.

Georgia is ready to open borders for citizens of some countries

The Georgian authorities have declared readiness to start direct air links and open in a pandemic of borders with five countries: Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, and guests from these countries will undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine, said the representative of the Prime Minister, Irakli Chikovani.

According to him, it is not known when it will resume direct flights with these countries, authorities are in talks with different airlines. Chikovani said that the agreement is only with the airline Lufthansa, which from August will be carried out in Germany two flights a week.

The Pope supported the initiative of the UN security Council on "coronavirus" truce

Pope Francis has supported the UN security Council resolution calling for a cease-fire in all conflicts in the light of the pandemic coronavirus.

"Laudable call for the global and immediate ceasefire that will allow peace and security required for urgent provision of much needed humanitarian assistance," said he, speaking with a traditional Sunday sermon to the faithful gathered in St. Peter's square at the Vatican.

The Vatican is concerned about the possible actions of Israel in Palestine

The Holy see is concerned about "possible unilateral acts that could jeopardize the search for peace between Israelis and Palestinians", as well as further complicate the situation in the middle East.

As reported in the evening on Wednesday the press service of the Holy see, the Vatican's Secretary of state cardinal Pietro Parolin specifically met with the ambassadors of the United States and Israel to Express that concern.

The EU Council has proposed a number of exceptions for entry from third countries from 1 July

The EU Council has proposed a number of exceptions to come into the Union from third countries not included in the special list of States to which residents can be lifted restrictions on the entry from 1 July, said the EU Council.

The Council on Tuesday agreed on the recommendation regarding the progressive removal of restrictions on the optional trip to the European Union, adopting the list of countries in which borders can start to open from 1 July. It did not include, for example, Russia and the United States. It is recommended to start to remove restrictions for residents of Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and China, but subject to confirmation of reciprocity in the opening of borders. The people of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents when applying this recommendation, stated in the release.

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