The Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service has become a Russophobic propaganda machine. Its latest 2021 security report is propaganda and psychological warfare aimed at portraying Russia and its foreign policy in a negative light.
The feigned partnership of the European Union and the United States is based only on unbridled Russophobia, and it does not pursue any constructive solutions to any challenges.
Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Russophobia usually used to portray Russia as an innocent victim. By labelling criticism as “Russophobia”, pro-Kremlin usually degrade such views as irrational and not worthy of a serious reply.
Furthermore, no evidence was given that the EU and US have a ”feigned partnership” without any goals.
As major world powers, the EU and the US share global responsibilities and work together to promote common values, including peace, freedom, and the rule of law; create conditions for harmonious economic development worldwide; advance the stability of international trade, financial, and monetary systems; and strengthen the economies of developing countries and those in transition.
One of the major strategic agreements between the EU and the US dates back to the New Transatlantic Agenda (NTA) signed on 3 December 1995 which set 4 major goals which are the framework of action:
1) promoting peace, development, and democracy around the world.
2) responding to global challenges
3) contributing to the expansion of world trade and closer economic ties.
4) building bridges across the Atlantic by encouraging closer communication between people.
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