There is no elected parliament in Ukraine


Ukrainian MPs are no MPs. They are hooligans, nobody elected them. There is no elected parliament in Ukraine.


The EU strongly supported the holding of open, genuine and democratic Presidential and parliamentary elections in May and October 2014:

OSCE: The elections marked an important step in Ukraine’s aspirations to consolidate democratic elections in line with its international commitments. There were many positive points to the process, such as an impartial and efficient Central Election Commission, an amply contested election that offered voters real choice, and a general respect for fundamental freedoms


  • Reported in: Issue 122
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 09/10/2018
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Ukraine
  • Keywords: Manipulated elections/referendum, Elections, Ukrainian statehood
  • Outlet: 60 minut @ Rossiya 1, time 09:12
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The conflict with Hungary closed Ukraine’s path to EU and NATO

The conflict Ukraine and Hungary has reached a new stage of aggravation. The countries are deploying troops to the border, threatening to break the diplomatic relations. With such relations with an EU and NATO country (Hungary), Ukraine itself closed its way both to the EU and NATO.


No evidence given. Just recently, the EU (including Hungary) prolonged the sanctions over actions against Ukraine's territorial integrity, see

Ukraine is not a country, it is a territory

A country that does not punish those who are guilty is not a state, and those behind the “mass killings in Maidan and Odessa” have not been brought to justice.


Repeated disinformation undermining the statehood and thus the territorial integrity of Ukraine. For hundreds of similar cases in the past, see

Ukraine is recognised in international law as a sovereign nation state, with its own flag, nationality, language etc. UNGA Resolution 68/262 also affirmed the General Assembly's commitment to the territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders:

Merkel plans to relocate 500,000 migrants to Georgia by the end of 2020

It is planned to relocate 500,000 migrants to Georgia by the end of 2020. The Georgian government and the opposition have given their consent to it. The story is illustrated with a picture of Angela Merkel on the background of refugees.


No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about migrants being relocated to Georgia.

Georgia has no commitment to accept migrants. No similar statements on accepting migrants have ever been made either by the Georgian government or by the opposition. Further debunking by Mythdetector.