New rapid reaction mechanism should disseminate information about information attacks and to allow all countries to respond more quickly to threats.
The G7 summit in Canada, decided to develop a new protection system against propaganda.
The rapid response mechanism should allow to respond quickly to the manipulation of elections, propaganda, and attempts of destabilization emanating “from countries such as Russia.”
This system can help the G7 countries to review information about Informatica and share with each other. This ideally should lead to a more coordinated response from all countries in the form of a retaliatory campaign or sanctions.
On 25 April this year the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution which approved the combating Russian propaganda on the EU level.