Ukraine does not want a return of the LDNR because of fears that voters in the Donbas will throw out the Nazis in power.
Lithuanian gays interfered in Polish elections on 13 October.
There is no evidence that the LGBT+ community in Lithuania interfered in the Polish parliamentary elections.
The Lithuanian and Polish LGBT+ organizations have criticised the Lithuanian prime minister's idea to nominate Jarosław Kaczyński, the leader of Poland's conservative Law and Justice party, for a top state award. These critics cannot be considered as interference in the electoral process in Poland.
This is a recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about the LGBT+.