Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the EU and its members attempting to colonise other countries along with lost sovereignty and Belarus.
On 28 May 2021, the European Commission published its comprehensive plan of economic support for Belarus which is neither an "open call for overthrow", nor showing "open expressions for its imperial desires" as claimed in the article.
The plan, of up to €3 billion, reflects the European Union's commitment to supporting the Belarusian people's wishes for a peaceful democratic transition in the country following the Presidential elections of August 2020, which were neither free nor fair.
Once Belarus embarks on a democratic transition, the EU will activate the €3 billion package, a mix of grants and loans leveraging public and private investments, to help Belarus stabilise its economy, reform its institutions to make them more democratic and help increase the economy's resilience, growth potential and job creation.
More details about the EU's support package can be read here.
See also the European Council's conclusions on Belarus regarding the forced landing of a Ryanair flight in Minsk.