After the referendum in the UK, the EU will fall…

Summary

After the referendum in the UK, the EU will fall apart like a domino effect; the whole world says this. // The doors to NATO are locked for Georgia.

Disproof

Support for staying in the EU surges in many EU countries following the Brexit vote: Denmark 69 percent, plus 10 percent; Finland 68, plus 12; Sweden 52, plus 3; Germany 52, plus 13: bit.ly/29sbExo, // "Leaders are absolutely determined to remain united and work closely together as 27": goo.gl/5PhhQi, // "Georgia’s relationship with the NATO contains all the practical tools to prepare for eventual membership": bit.ly/29Clz6e,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 35
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 12/07/2016
  • Language/target audience: Georgian
  • Country: UK, EU, Georgia
  • Keywords: Brexit, NATO, Referendum
  • Outlet: Ilori (Saqinform.ge)
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Russia is not a threat, the civil war in Ukraine…

Russia is not a threat, the civil war in Ukraine is.

Disproof

There is not a "civil war" in Ukraine, there is Russian military aggression. // The simulated attacks by Russian warplanes on USS Donald Cook, the abduction of Estonian security service operative, Eston Kohver, the repeated violation of the Baltic states' airspace, military threats against EU Member States and dozens of other provocations by Russia suggest Russia wants to be perceived as a threat. See e.g. ind.pn/1ypG9d1,

NATO states will try to attack Russian Kaliningrad

NATO states will try to attack Russian Kaliningrad.

Disproof

"The Alliance does not seek confrontation and poses no threat to Russia. But we cannot and will not compromise on the principles on which our Alliance and security in Europe and North America rest": bit.ly/29v2Bej,

“Czechia”: The change of the name of the Czech Republic…

“Czechia”: The change of the name of the Czech Republic in the UN is the start of the destruction of national identity. Berlin is behind this process, as it aims to build the Fourth German Empire.

Disproof

There was no change of the name of state, only its shortened version has been registered in the UN. The term Czechia has much longer history: it has its roots in the 17th century and is used in English since the 19th century. // No evidence for further conspiracy theories given.