The Twitter account of the Greek defense minister on Sunday said it was hit by a cyberattack that saw hundreds of followers blocked.
“We apologize to the followers of Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos,” he said.
“No information or information has been received” in the attack, it added.
No information was given on the cause of the attack.
Google this week said Russian cyberattacks on NATO countries quadrupled last year compared to 2020.
The increase in attacks – which coincided with Moscow’s attack on Western Ukraine on February 24, 2022 – is a sign that cyber warfare will increase in future conflicts, said a the US technology in a report.