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On World Press Freedom Day, we pay tribute to the essential role of journalism in upholding online and offline freedom of expression in democratic societies and fostering transparency and accountability. The COVID-19 crisis has brought the importance of the work of the press into sharp relief. In times of uncertainty, more than ever, access to reliable fact-checked information, that is free from undue interference and influence, is crucial and contributes to a more resilient society. It is a matter of concern that the COVID-19 pandemic is being used in some countries as a pretext for imposing undue restrictions on freedom of the press.

On World Press Freedom Day, we pay tribute to the essential role of journalism in upholding online and offline freedom of expression in democratic societies and fostering transparency and accountability. The COVID-19 crisis has brought the importance of the work of the press into sharp relief. In times of uncertainty, more than ever, access to reliable fact-checked information, that is free from undue interference and influence, is crucial and contributes to a more resilient society. It is a matter of concern that the COVID-19 pandemic is being used in some countries as a pretext for imposing undue restrictions on freedom of the press.

في اليوم العالمي لحرية الصحافة، نشيد بالدور الأساسي للصحافة في دعم حرية التعبير عبر الإنترنت وخارجها في المجتمعات الديمقراطية وتعزيز الشفافية والمساءلة. لقد أدت أزمة كوفد-19 إلى زيادة أهمية عمل الصحافة إلى حد كبير. وفي الأوقات التي تتسم بالغموض أكثر من أي وقت مضى، يعد الحصول على معلومات موثوقة ومدققة، الخالية من التدخل والتأثير غير المبررين، أمر بالغ الأهمية ويسهم في بناء مجتمع أكثر مرونة. وإن استخدام بعض البلدان لجائحة كوفد-19 كذريعة لفرض قيود غير ضرورية على حرية الصحافة أمر مثير للقلق.

As the coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, the European Union and its Member States have observed cyber threats and malicious cyber activities targeting essential operators in Member States and their international partners, including in the healthcare sector. Since the beginning of the pandemic, significant phishing and malware distribution campaigns, scanning activities and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have been detected, some affecting critical infrastructures that are essential to managing this crisis.

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