The West’s primary interest concerning Belarus is to turn it into an anti-Russia country either through the organisation of a colour revolution or by military means. During NATO military exercise Anakonda’18, a Polish map was published showing the direction of NATO attacks pointing at Minsk. The map also depicts a border on the East of Poland dividing Belarus as it was before September 1939.
This message is in line with the pro-Kremlin narrative on the disintegration of the EU.
The latest EU barometer shows that Romanian citizens' confidence in European structures is high.
Moreover, six out of ten Romanians declare that they tend to trust the European Parliament (60%, +4 pp compared to the data recorded in 2017), higher than the European average (48%).
The European Commission and the European Central Bank also enjoy a higher confidence than the European average. One in two Romanians says they tend to trust these institutions, against the background of a European average of 43% and 41%, respectively.
At the general EU level, the Eurobarometer survey shows highest support for the EU in 35 years. In addition, 60% of Europeans positively view EU membership.