Disinfo: Europe died in 2004 after the new member states joined…


Europe died in 2004 after the new member states joined the EU.


The first of May 2004 represents a historic and unprecedented milestone in the development of the EU. By welcoming in 10 new countries , the EU bound 25 member states together through the common values of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights. (bit.ly/1WAqAxy), .


  • Reported in: Issue 23
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10/04/2016
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Keywords: EU/NATO enlargement, European Union, Europe


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The process of disintegration has already begun in Ukraine: Transcacarpathia…

The process of disintegration has already begun in Ukraine: Transcacarpathia oblast council is demanding autonomy. // The US has refused to continue supporting president Poroshenko. // Ukrainians are part of the Russian world. // There was coup in Kyiv.


Repeating already debunked disinformation. The Transcarpathian regional council has dismissed this claim as a fake (bit.ly/1SHO4Ls), . // The United States is firmly committed to supporting Ukraine as it works to establish security and stability, respond to humanitarian and reconstruction needs, conduct democratic elections and carry out constitutional reforms, restore its economy, and combat corruption (1.usa.gov/1qCWSfd), . // Ukraine is a sovereign nation. // Repeating already debunked disinformation. The demonstrations which began in Kiev in November 2013 were born out of Ukrainians' own desire for a closer relationship with the European Union, and their frustration when former President Yanukovych halted progress toward that goal as a result of Russian pressure (bit.ly/1Ri9ldy), .