Conspiracy theory and baseless accusations with no evidence provided. This is part of the ongoing pro-Kremlin disinformation campaign around the coronavirus, which often involves attempts to portray the EU and European countries unable to deal effectively with the outbreak. In this case, the claim attacks the alleged incompetence and ignorance of Belgian people, without providing any evidence to back up its accusations.
This case also plays on the common pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative of the West's alleged moral decay and rejection of traditional values, suggesting - again with no evidence - that Belgians "don't want to take care of their children". The notion of "threatened values" is one of the master narratives used in pro-Kremlin disinformation, in order to suggest that those committed to decency and traditionalism are under attack from liberal “tyranny”. This narrative is adapted to a wide range of topics and typically used to challenge progressive Western attitudes about the rights of women, ethnic and religious minorities, and LGBTQ groups, among others. It often aims to portray the West as depraved, an immoral actor that fights against traditional values, promotes deviant sexual behavior, and endangers societies.