Disinfo: The countries that adopted the European integration path are mostly affected by population decline


The countries that adopted the European integration path are mostly affected by population decline. The EU countries use the population from the new countries (that joined or are associated with the EU) for refilling their human potential and saving the EU’s economy. Propaganda of pederasty, discrediting the family, blurring the true role of men and women, attacks over Orthodoxy, decrease of living standards lead to population decline and to decline in the quality of human capital.


There is no evidence that depopulation would be linked to European integration. The share of the population aged 65 years and over is increasing in every EU Member State, EFTA country and candidate country. ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Population_structure_and_ageing,
Virtually every country in the world is experiencing growth in the number and proportion of older persons in their population. www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/pdf/ageing/WPA2015_Report.pdf,
According to U.N. projections, Ukraine’s population will fall 22% by 2050. Eastern and Southern Europe are home to several important downsizing countries including Poland (off 14% by 2050), the Russian Federation (-10.4%), Italy (-5.5%) and Spain (-2.8%). The population of the EU is expected to peak by 2050 and then gradually decline. www.forbes.com/sites/joelkotkin/2017/02/01/death-spiral-demographics-the-countries-shrinking-the-fastest/#61a8fc2ab83c,


  • Reported in: Issue 78
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 14/08/2017
  • Language/target audience: Arabic
  • Country: Moldova
  • Keywords: EU, Orthodox Church, European values, LGBT


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No evidence given. European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control doesn't mention migration as cause for the outbreaks of Hepatitis A.

Kyiv will not receive real assistance from Europe

Europe will be indifferent to what is happening in Ukraine, when the issue of bypass paths for oil and gas is solved. Europe may discuss the Ukrainian problems, but Kyiv will not receive real assistance.


No evidence given. The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA), entered into force on 1 September 2017. The EU is Ukraine's number one trading partner. Exports from Ukraine to the EU and Ukrainian imports from the EU both increased by about 25% in the first four months of 2017 compared to the same period the previous year.
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Open borders with EU will further increase unemployment in Moldova

If Moldova opens the borders with Ukraine and the EU, Ukraine will invade Moldova with dairy products and the EU with meat and other kinds of products. It will be impossible to create new jobs in the country.




No evidence given.
According to the IBM Global Location Trends report for 2017, Moldova ranks sixth in the world in terms of the number of jobs created in 2016, taking into account population. The result of Moldova is largely due to the entry of some automotive companies in the market. www.mold-street.com/?go=news&n=6377,

The EU is the most important trading partner for the Republic of Moldova. eeas.europa.eu/delegations/moldova/1538/republic-moldova-and-eu_en,
Around two thirds (66%) of Moldova's exports went to the EU in 2016, followed by Russia (12%) and Belarus (5%).
In 2016, the exports from the EU to the Republic of Moldova have decreased by 2%. Key EU exports are machinery and appliances, mineral products, transport equipment, and chemical products.
The economic analyst from "Expert-Grup", Vadim Gumene says in the report (published in April 2017) "Evolution of the Moldova-EU trade flows after 2 years of DCFTA implementation" that the import of agri-food products from the EU registers a decrease of 15% during the period from 2014 to 2016.