The Swedish government announced plans to establish a state-run agency aimed at protecting upcoming September elections from possible Russian meddling.
The Swedish Defence Ministry also plans to send an emergency advice booklet to some 4.7 million Swedish households to instruct civilians about what to do in the event war breaks out with Moscow.
The government’s plan to set up a counter-propaganda agency was reportedly prompted by recent Russian attempts to influence the outcome of election...
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