The Telegram messenger has suffered a glitch affecting users in several countries, including Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus. This is reported by RBC.
Reports of difficulties in the work of the messenger began to arrive in the service Downdetector at about 12:45 Moscow time. The crash peaked at 1:12 p.m., and half an hour later the problems were mostly fixed.
Nine-eleven percent of users who contacted Downdetector complained about not being able to connect to Telegram, while another eight percent could not send messages. Violations of the messenger were recorded in Russia, Singapore, Germany, France, Turkey, Belgium, Italy, and Spain.
On June 7, another global outage was reported. Violations of the messenger were observed in Russia, Iran, Israel, as well as a number of countries in Europe and neighboring countries.