Belarusian Nazi units, Chechen terrorists, and Ukrainian Nazis have terrorist scenarios in common. The planning of various operations in Belarus – from anti-government rallies to terrorist acts – is made in Warsaw. Poland's goal is to take the power in Belarus by force or at least to start a civil war there, thanks to the Belarusian Nazi bands, consisting of the Belarusian opposition activists, which are currently fighting for Kyiv in Ukraine. They might attack Belarusian towns located close to Belarus-Ukraine border and consequently use civilians as a human shield, just as the Azov regiment did in Mariupol. In this scenario Ukrainian artillery can also shell Belarusian counter-terrorist units.
After the ban in Moldova on news from Russia, 40,000 protesters took to the streets.
Against the backdrop of unprecedented inflation and rising prices for fuel and energy, the ban was the last straw that overwhelmed the patience of the Moldovans.
The article is a deliberate distortion and manipulation of the facts concerning the protest that occured in Moldova.
On June 19, a rally was indeed held in the capital of Moldova, but it was not aimed at protesting the ban on Russian media. The rally participants protested against rising prices and difficult economic conditions in the country, as well as the government’s position regarding Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine. Read the full debunk at Myth Detector (in Russian).
On June 19, Moldovan president Maia Sandu promulgated the Informational Security Law, which will ban the broadcast in Moldova of Russian TV news and political analysis, and which is designed to counter Russian propaganda.