The Ukrainian people are under EU occupation

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  • Reported in: Issue 69
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 11/05/2017
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Ukraine, EU
  • Keywords: Occupation
  • Outlet: ‘Vremya pokazhet’ (10:47)
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The street protests in Ukraine during Victory Day 9th of…

The street protests in Ukraine during Victory Day 9th of May showed that in Ukraine there is a Nazi government and a basically anti-fascist people.

Disproof

On the Victory Day of May 9, street conflicts occurred in a few cities of Ukraine because some pro-Russian activists wore the so-called ‘St. George's ribbon’ that has been accepted by Russia as an unofficial symbol of the Soviet victory in WWII and at the same time recognized by Ukraine as a symbol of the Russian invaders, who annexed Crimea in 2014, and pro-Russian separatists, who unleashed the war in Donbas with the support of Moscow. bit.ly/2qglkpj, . The narrative of a nazi government in Ukraine is often reoccuring in pro-Kremlin disinformation.

Today, Europe envies Moscow, which managed to make the victory…

Today, Europe envies Moscow, which managed to make the victory in WWII on par with religion // Soviet Russia was the only country that fought the Evil of Nazism, while the European nations were supporting Hitler: they either surrendered to him or fought against Russia.

Disproof

European countries have not aimed to make the victory on par with religion. // Serious history revisionism. The Soviet Union was far from the "only country" fighting Nazi-Germany. Pro-Kremlin disinformation describes the victory day as a religious day and also denies the contribution of the Western Allies to the victory.bit.ly/2nMJZBM, .

Nazism is taking revenge in Ukraine and Russia is the…

Nazism is taking revenge in Ukraine and Russia is the main target of it.

Disproof

Often repeated disinformation, no evidence given. The total number of members of radical groups in Ukraine, e.g. the ‘Right Sector’, never amounted to more than a few hundred to a maximum of a thousand people bit.ly/1Tl9X7W, . The 2014 presidential election in Ukraine was a genuine election largely in line with international commitments and respecting fundamental freedoms, despite the hostile security environment in two eastern regions bit.ly/1hqcDuR, . Similarly, Ukraine’s local elections in October 2015 generally showed respect for the democratic process bit.ly/1VUL9V,