Disinfo: Russia did not violate the Budapest Memorandum


Russia neither used nor threatened to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine, so there was no violation of the Budapest Memorandum. At the same time Ukraine reaffirmed in a separate statement its commitment not to stir up anti-Russian, neo-Nazi and xenophobic sentiments. What happened after Maidan was a flagrant violation of these obligations by our Ukrainian neighbours.


The Budapest Memorandum states that "The United States of America, the Russian Federation, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine, in accordance with the principles of the CSCE [Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe] Final Act, to respect the Independence and Sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine". www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/2014/eirv41n08-20140221/34-35_4108.pdf, , sut.am/en/archives/2396, , euvsdisinfo.eu/report/russia-has-never-violated-the-budapest-memorandum-because-russia-promised/, . This was clearly violated by Russia eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headQuarters-homepage/37464/eu-non-recognition-policy-crimea-and-sevastopol-fact-sheet_en, .




  • Reported in: Issue 95
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 15/01/2018
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, Ukraine
  • Keywords: Budapest memorandum, Crimea
  • Outlet: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
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Slowly, incest is being legalised in Europe

Slowly, incest is being legalised in Europe. Especially in Scandinavia some politicians openly say that incest is a “gender norm”. Like homophobia, incestophobia will also become punishable. In 2011 in Germany, 38 500 children were taken away from their families against their will and handed over to same sex families.


The video was published on Facebook in November 2017. On January 23 in 2018 it had been shared over 8 400 times.

Incest is illegal in all the European countries.// Disinformation about 38 500 children has been spread before in Georgia and debunked by us: euvsdisinfo.eu/report/in-2011-in-germany-38-500-children-were-taken-away/,

All three Baltic states are disappearing

All three Baltic states are disappearing due to declining demography, which is much bigger threat to them than Russia is.


No evidence given. In total, the population of Estonia increased by 0.2 percent in 2017. Net migration has been positive in Estonia for three years in a row, Statistics Estonia said.https://news.postimees.ee/4378179/estonian-population-grows-by-3-070-in-2017

Also. positive migration noted in Lithuania in  December 2017 http://www.lrt.lt/naujienos/lietuvoje/4/199722/lietuva-nebenyksta-gruodi-imigravo-daugiau-nei-emigravo