Europe has only ever considered Ukraine as an anti-Russian project.
International organisations are ineffective and do not solve any problems. In general, humanity has lived most of its history without international organisations. Today, WHO proves to be a criminal organisation that, in the best case, needs to be dissolved and, in the worst case, an international process should be organised against it. This is because they hid the situation in China for a long time and promoted this pandemic to such a scale with the help of the media, although in reality there is no pandemic.
International organisations serve many diverse functions, including collecting information and monitoring trends (e.g. the World Meteorological Organization), delivering services and aid (e.g. the World Health Organization), and providing forums for bargaining (e.g. the European Union) and settling disputes (e.g. the World Trade Organization). By providing political institutions through which states can work together to achieve common objectives, international organisations can help to foster cooperative behaviour.
The claims that WHO created a pandemic are unfounded. A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease, WHO's website says. On 11 March 2020, WHO made the assessment that COVID-19 should be characterised as a pandemic. As of 14 July 2020, there are 12 929 306 cases of COVID-19 around the world, including 569 738 deaths.
According to WHO's latest timeline of its response to COVID-19, it was first alerted to the virus by its own office in China, not by the Chinese government. In the chronology updated on June 30, WHO said its China office picked up a media statement by the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission from its website on cases of "viral pneumonia" on December 31 2019. It also indicated that Chinese officials did not provide related information to the WHO until January 3.