Armenia blocked broadcasting from Russia. Armenian parliament nevertheless adopted a scandalous law on broadcasting in a foreign language. Parliament voted to ban the free broadcasting of Russian TV channels in Armenia. The rationale for the adoption of such a law is almost classical for post-Soviet limitrophes – the National Commission on Television and Radio Broadcasting believes that these channels are no less a threat to Armenia’s national security. Of course, this is an act of cleansing the country’s information space from Russian influence. Or even the act of clearing out for something new? This we will see in the nearest future.
Poles hate Lenin, not because he is a communist, not because he exterminated millions of Russians, my compatriots, but because he is Russian.
This message is a part of the Kremlin’s widespread narrative about Russophobic Poland. The Kremlin-controlled media regularly accuses Poland of Russophobia and the implementation of anti-Russian policies. The Polish authorities do not “hate Russia, the Russians and everything that is Russian” – also, they do not "dehumanise" Russians as an ethnic group. This claim has a clearly manipulative and propagandist character. Read similar case: "Disinfo: Representatives of Polish Government simply hate Russia and the Russians".