Citizens of the Republic of Moldova will be stripped of their Romanian passports

Summary

Citizens of the Republic of Moldova will be stripped of their Romanian passports. According to a new Romanian law, all the documents will have to be changed in order to correspond to a new grammatical revision. The letter “î” will be replaced in most of the cases (e.g. geographical names) with the letter “â”. The Moldovan citizens with Romanian passports will have to change their documents.

Disproof

The headline is misinforming the readers: citizens of the Republic of Moldova will not be stripped of their Romanian passports. According to the new law, mentioned by Stopfals.md, the changes in the identity papers, passports and driving licenses will be made upon request or at the expiry of their validity. No one is obliged to do it immediately.

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  • Reported in: Issue 116
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 07/07/2018
  • Language/target audience: Moldova
  • Country: Romania, Moldova
  • Keywords: EU, Sputnik
  • Outlet: Sputnik Moldova
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UEFA award to Georgian football player means pederastisation of football

The footballer of Georgia’s national football team and Vice-Captain Guram Kashia, who now plays in San Jose, is awarded by UEFA for supporting homosexuals.

He was awarded for supporting pederasts.

He should not to take part in this Sodomise ceremony.

We call on Kashia not to accept a gift bestowed by pederasts and their bosses and to be remembered as a champion of the continent and not as a champion of Conchitas.

Some have really decided to annihilate and degenerate us! What these sick people want from us, I don’t understand! We are forced that a man should sleep with a man and a woman with a woman! What do they want, sorry but they even start pederastisation of football.

Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation on LGBT, equating homosexuality with paedophilia, and how cooperation with Europe is destroying Georgian society. euvsdisinfo.eu/disinformation-cases/?text=Georgia&disinfo_issue=&disinfo_keywords%5B%5D=77174&date=

UEFA granted Guram Kashia its inaugural #EqualGame award for his ‘courageous public stand for equality’. Last year, Kashia wore a rainbow armband during a game for Dutch team SBV Vitesse, and despite facing heavy backlash in Georgia, made further statements in support of equality. According to UEFA, Kashia’s gesture was greeted with an extremely negative and hostile response in certain quarters in his native Georgia. There were even calls for him to renounce playing for the national team. Nevertheless, he was defiant in the face of the abuse and threats he received, insisting he had no regrets about wearing the armband and underlining his full support for diversity and inclusion. www.uefa.com/insideuefa/about-uefa/news/newsid=2567743.html,

Maybe Sergei Skripal is dead

Relatives of Sergei and Yulia Skripal think Sergei might be dead. The Salisbury hospital staff are so frightened that they refused for any amount of money to take photographs with Sergei.

Disproof

No evidence given. No reliable resources have reported that there would be any reasons to assume that Sergei Skripal is dead. Further debunking by the Insider: theins.ru/antifake/114915,

Background:

The first European-Crimean Chamber of Commerce to be opened in Slovakia

The first European-Crimean Chamber of Commerce will be opened in Slovakia. An agreement in this regard has been signed by the director of “Krymkongress” Rustam Muratov, Slovak deputy Peter Marček and businessman Roman Busch, after the visit of a Slovak delegation to Crimea on 1 August. The delegation consisted of 12 persons.

Disproof

According to Stopfals.md, the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied this information, underlining that there is no agreement between Slovakia and the region of Crimea. The Slovak Republic does not recognise the illegal annexation of Crimea.

There was also no official Slovak delegation to Crimea. According to the Slovak deputy Peter Marček, they went to Crimea as "private individuals"