Disinfo: Ukrainian boy killed by Hungarian teenagers in Transcarpathia


A Ukrainian boy was cruelly murdered by Hungarian teenagers in a village near Berehovo in Transcarpathia.

The boy died as a result of the beating and local police have refused to investigate the matter, according to his mother Nadia Smereka.


No facts mentioned. Recurring disinformation narrative about the relations between Ukraine and Hungary.

The police of the Transcarpathian region announced that this story was a fake, as was the alleged letter from the police that Smereka published on the Politiko.ua portal, according to Stop Fake. The police informed that after a investigation of the alleged crime, they found that no such crime had been committed in Transcarpathia.


  • Reported in: Issue 125
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 31/10/2018
  • Language/target audience: Ukrainian
  • Country: Hungary, Ukraine
  • Keywords: War in Ukraine, Transcarpathia
  • Outlet: Live Ukraine Mynizhyh Dynamo.Kiev.ua Politiko.ua
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Ukraine secretly cedes its borders to the European Union

Ukraine secretly cedes its borders to the European Union.

Ukraine’s border service fully obeys FRONTEX. Ukrainian passengers at the Kyiv and Odesa airports are screened by EU border guards. European border guards don’t trust their Ukrainian colleagues and have decided to check the quality of work in person.

On the other hand, the invasion of a new wave of migrants from Ukraine is becoming a big problem in Europe. In order to prevent the subsequent collapse of the eurozone in a context of rising anti-immigrant sentiments, the European structures decided to stop potential criminals before they cross the border.

No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Ukrainian statehood.

According to Stop Fake, the spokesperson of the European Union Border Assistance Mission Ronan Goggin informed that currently Ukraine and the EU are working to harmonize border control, customs and trade standards and procedures with those in EU member states. The EU provides Ukraine with expert assistance and is not involved in the direct implementation of border functions.

It was revealed how the migrants got UN debit cards, Soros also spent USD 500 million on them

The migrants are using unnamed UNHCR-EU debit cards in the Balkans. Migration is partly financed by the UNHCR and the EU. They receive money on the cards every month directly from the EU and NGOs, but George Soros is also financing it. This explains how illegal migrants are financing their lives while they are waiting in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Croatian policeman said that many migrants are wearing new shoes and clothes and have expensive smartphones.


According to Snopes, the websides conflated an existing UNHCR programme with a separate humanitarian program involving Soros and Mastercard. The UNHCR programme was launched in Moldova in 2011 and expanded in 2016, and the beneficiaries receive 30-36 Euros a month. Most beneficiaries only receive money for six months, until their asylum applications are evaluated - althogh the period can be extended for refugees and those under humanitarian protection if they are sick or unemployed.

The Mastercard programme was established with the involvement of Mastercard, the Serbian Ministry of Labour and Mercy Corps to provide debit cards to refugees to meet basic needs. Families received cards with EUR 210 and individuals got EUR 70. The money could be used to help meet basic needs. Later, in January 2017 Soros and Mastercard launched a new programme providing private sector solutions to social issues.

EU Ambassador Ruled out Georgia’s EU Membership

The Ambassador of EU to Georgia, Carl Hartzell has categorically ruled out Georgia’s accession to the European Union.

“You know that a new ambassador has been appointed… and he said directly that ‘we do not expect you in the European Union and you will not be accepted to the European Union’… He did not even give us any hope for the future.”


Ambassador Hartzell only noted in his media engagement that Georgia was not ready to join EU today; the Ambassador's statement did not state an opinion on Georgia’s membership perspectives. Further debunking by MythDetector.