US media allegations of Russian meddling in US elections are not based on any evidence and are only part of the US internal political confrontation.
Behind the curtain of the Three Seas Initiative, there is a concept of the North-South belt of the anti-Russian and Eurosceptic countries, which separate Germany from Russia. It is a fundamental geopolitical sense for the establishment of the Intermarium. It is supposed to be a strong, pro-American, anti-Russian, Eurosceptic bloc of countries, which will try to build its own identity and its independence. The scale of this independence will be determined by the interests of the United States.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about regional organisations in Central and Eastern Europe – this narrative presents such organisations as Eastern Partnership and the Three Seas Initiative as anti-Russian projects managed by the USA.
The statement that the Three Seas Initiative is an anti-Russian and anti-EU project fully controlled by the USA is a conspiracy theory.
The Three Seas Initiative is a forum of 12 countries from Central and Eastern Europe launched in 2015. The main goal of this Initiative is to promote better connectivity among the Member States, with a particular focus on infrastructure and energy. The main projects discussed at the forums of the Three Seas Initiative are the Via Carpathia, Baltic-Adriatic Corridor, Via Baltica, Rail Baltica and the LNG infrastructure in Poland and Croatia.
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