Russia and China to sign cyber-security treaty in November

The governments of Russia and China are close to signing a cyber-security cooperation agreement that would enable the two countries to conduct “joint cyber-security operations”, according to Russian media reports.

The treaty is expected to be signed during President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to China in November, according to Kommersant, the business newspaper owned by Alisher Usmanov.

Kommersant quoted unnamedsources “close to the Kremlin” as saying that the final text of the “two-sided agreement on cooperation in the field of information security” was not ready yet, but officials hope the document will be signed on November 10, according to Russia Today.

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Source: Computing

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