Poroshenko was released from penalties for taxpayers affected by the attacks

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed a law that exempts from penalties on taxpayers who failed to submit a Declaration because of cyber attacks.

About this on his page in Facebook wrote the head of the parliamentary Committee on taxation and customs policy, people’s Deputy from BPP Nina Southerner.

The law was published in the next issue of the newspaper “Voice of Ukraine”.

Schodo skasuvannya stranih sanctions through karataka. President Papisov the Law of Ukraine od 13.07.2017 R. No. 2143-VIII “About…

Posted on July 24 Nnow Yiannou 2017 R.

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The document will come into force on the day following the day of its publication. Therefore, the payer will not apply sanctions because he did not fit into the schedule view invoices and payments, which was drafted 1 through June 30. In case of loss or damage of data due to a virus, the taxpayer within 10 calendar days shall in writing notify at the place of registration.

We will remind, after a powerful attack by the virus-the extortioner Petya to Ukrainian enterprises, institutions and organizations on June 27 , the NBU decided to create the cyber defence Centre.

On 1 July, the security Service of Ukraine has declared that it managed to establish the involvement of Russian secret services to attack the virus-the extortioner Petya.A. But in the “state Duma” such a statement is called a “fake.” The main purpose of large-scale cyberattacks virus Petya.A SBU called destabilizing the situation in Ukraine.

Meanwhile, the police seized the company’s servers M.E.Doc investigating cyberattacks.