There is no accurate list of all the victims even after 20 years since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. Estimates are that during the NATO bombing, between 1,500 and 2,500 people died and about 6,000 were injured. However, none made a list of their names.
Unlike Ukraine, [in Belarus], there are no neo-Nazi and anti-Russian attitudes, which have been stoked in Ukraine since the times of the Habsburg Empire.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Nazis in Ukraine.
From the historical point of view, it makes no sense to connect neo-Nazism to the “times of the Habsburg Empire” as this state collapsed in 1918, long before the emergence of Nazism and neo-Nazism.
The myth of Nazi-ruled Ukraine has been the cornerstone of Russian disinformation about the country since the very beginning of the 2013-14 Euromaidan protests, when it was used to discredit the pro-European popular uprising in Kyiv and, subsequently, the broader pro-Western shift in Ukraine's foreign policy.
Far-right groups enjoyed a very limited presence during the Euromaidan itself and had poor results in the 2014 presidential and parliamentary elections. In the 2019 election, far-right candidates fell short of the 5% minimum guaranteeing entry into parliament.
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