Disinfo: Kremlin always follows the course of non-interference in the affairs of sovereign states


Europeans are voting for independence and prosperity and this is how Russia wants to see Europe too. The anti-Russian discourse and provocations imposed on EU from across the ocean must come to an end. It is important that the elected MPs be ready for a new approach and dialogue with Russia. Kremlin always follows the course of non-interference in the affairs of sovereign states.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinfo narrative narrative denying the multiple pieces of evidence of Russian interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states and violating international norms. See here and here for examples of interference in Georgia, here for Ukraine, here for Armenia and Azerbaijan and here for election meddling.


  • Reported in: Issue 152
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 27/05/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia
  • Keywords: illegal annexation, election meddling, Occupation, International Law, Crimea


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For two years US special prosecutor Robert Mueller investigated the alleged Russian intervention in the US presidential elections but did not find any evidence of collusion between US President Donald Trump and Moscow — which was denied both in the Kremlin and in the White House. In his first public statement in all this time, Mueller stated that his office was closing, and he was retiring, as the investigation was completed, and stressed that he could not provide any other information besides what has already been made public.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative on Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Robert Mueller's investigation concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Mueller's report determined that there were "two main Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election". It led to US senators' proposals to extend sanctions on Russia to deter it from further election meddling. The claim that the report provides no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion is spurious. Gathering evidence of "collusion" - which is not a legal concept - fell outside the scope of the investigation. The aim of the probe was not merely to ascertain contacts between the Trump Campaign and Russia-linked individuals during the election period, but to establish whether these interactions were deliberate enough on the part of Trump Campaign officials to sustain charges of conspiracy (p. 2). The report explicitly identifies "numerous links between individuals with ties to the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign" (p. 9). Find more disinformation cases on this issue here.

The EU supports fascists in Ukraine and threatens war against Russia

The EU is fraternising with fascists in Ukraine, constantly tightening its sanctions and is threatening Russia with war.


Recurring pro-Kremlin narratives about western support of Ukrainian authorities as part of anti-Russian policy, about the West preparing a war against Russia, about Nazi Ukraine, and the Russophobic and Nazi collective West.

The EU neither supports fascists in Ukraine, nor threatens to go to war against Russia.