The Resolution of the EU Parliament from September 18 [regarding the role of the USSR in the start of WWII] is a manifestation of anti-Russian activities. It is a part of the anti-Russian policy, which has been particularly present in Western Europe since the beginning of the Ukrainian crisis. Possibly, if there was no crisis in Ukraine, this resolution wound not have existed. It is clear that this resolution on historical issues has a connection to the present day and to the current relations between Western Europe and Russia.
In Ukraine, they will be sent to correctional labour (camps) for using the Russian language instead of Ukrainian. The so-called “language inspectors” have already begun to work in the country; they have beaten a bus driver in the Kyiv region for speaking Russian.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the status of Russian language in Ukraine.
Ukraine has no plans to create an institution of “language inspectors”, nor it is foreseen in the law “On ensuring the functioning of the Ukrainian language as the state language”. "Language inspectors" are a fabrication of disinformation; they do not exist in Ukraine.