In a resolute response to escalating cyber threats, Ukraine, with unwavering support from the European Union and Estonia, has inaugurated a cutting-edge cyber classroom aimed at fortifying its military’s ability to counter sophisticated cyberattacks and bolster national security.

Ukraine has formally unveiled a state-of-the-art cyber classroom designed to train military specialists in countering sophisticated cyberattacks.

The newly established facility, built with support from Estonia, represents a crucial development in the ongoing effort to fortify Ukraine’s digital defenses.

The cyber classroom, equipped with 15 workstations and cutting-edge technology, is poised to play a pivotal role in preparing Ukrainian military experts to confront the evolving threats in the cyber realm. This state-of-the-art initiative is backed by the European Union’s European Peace Facility, a critical off-budget resource dedicated to preventing conflicts, fostering peace, and reinforcing international security.