Bosnia's Finance and Treasury Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda reported Tuesday morning a cyber attack on the ministry's official website, containing offensive messages against Serbia and signatures of Albanian hackers.
The cyberattack was reported with the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) and the Security-Intelligence Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“Because what was written on the website offends other countries, its representatives and people with threatening and insulting nationalists messages, Finance and Treasury Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vjekoslav Bevanda asked for an urgent investigation into this unpleasantness, and has also informed the company that maintains the ministry's server,” the ministry said.
A message saying “No Peace with Serbia – Ethnic Albania” appeared on the ministry's website, along with insignia of the Kosovo Liberation Army (OKV) and a map of so-called greater Albania.
“Serbia has its own land and Kosovo doesn't belong to Serbia. Serbs are only Slavic people and have nothing in common with Albanians. Greater Albania already exists and the map of the Balkans has already changed. That day has come and all Albanians want to live in one single homeland. Long live the Albanians, long live ethnic Albania! Iliria!,” said the message.
The cyberattack was signed by “Albanian hackers.”