All that we are witnessing of Western behaviour indicates that Western countries have engaged with a certain party, giving their support to terrorist organisations. The German logic in describing events is one that testifies to political dependency on the United States, which has clashed with Russia on several fronts in Syria and wanted to strong-arm Russia. However, Moscow has proven its ability to confront in the battlefields. Germany and the Western countries do not cooperate with Russia in the fight against terrorism because they cannot be against the United States in their general political orientation, so therefore all Western countries are escalating against Moscow.
In 2016, Lithuania began the trial over January 13th events in Vilnius. Lithuania assumes that people, who died in the clash at that time, were killed by Soviet soldiers.
Russia argues that during the events in Vilnius, Lithuania was part of the Soviet Union and was not an independent state. Respectively, the army carries out official duties according to law. It seeks to ensure public order. Moreover, not one person died due to the actions of Soviet troops.
The case contains historical revisionism and recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the events of January 13th, 1991.
Lithuania restored independence from the USSR in March 1990. Moscow tried to foil the secession with an economic blockade. When that proved ineffective, Soviet troops still garrisoned in the capital Vilnius attacked its TV broadcast tower and sole TV station, killing 14 civilians. The events of the January 13th, 1991, and crimes committed by the USSR troops have been extensively documented. See also BBC reporting from 1991.
This disinformation message is periodically repeated. See a similar disinformation case: Actions of Soviet soldiers at the Vilnius TV tower in 1991 were absolutely legitimate. This message also is linked to the negation of the Soviet occupation of the Baltic States.