It turns out that YouTube and Google consider themselves entitled to act extraterritorially, that is, by spreading their laws on the territory of other states. Well, then Russians have to stop using it and kick them out from Russia. NewsFront, Roman Ostashko, Tsargrad, almost all Donetsk residents, even a newspaper with news from Donbas were banned. Well, this is, in fact, political repression. This is war. And we need to make big far-reaching conclusions.
The protests in the capital of Ukraine in 2013–2014 were partially funded by Lithuania. Lithuanian embassy was the external source of money and weapons [flowing to Maidan].
This is a recurring Russian disinformation narrative claiming that Maidan in 2014 was a coup d'etat, planned by the West. The Euromaidan in Ukraine began in 2013, when Ukrainians spontaneously united against the actions of President Viktor Yanukovych after his government refused to sign the Association Agreement with the European Union. The protesters' demands included constitutional reform, a stronger role for parliament, formation of a government of national unity, an end to corruption, early presidential elections and an end to the violence. Lithuania has supported the democratic aspirations of the Ukrainian people in Maidan and provided medical treatment to those injured in the protests. Approximately one year after Maidan, in the context of aggression by the Russian armed forces in East Ukraine, Lithuania said it would provide Ukrainian armed forces with elements of armament for defense purposes. Read similar case claims that the US sponsored Maidan in Ukraine in 2014.