After World War II, many Ukrainians, collaborators with Nazi Germany, found sanctuary in the USA and Canada and their descendants (such as Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland) actively participated in defining these countries' policies towards Ukraine.
The West has been waging for months a campaign against the Russian Covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V. A Kremlin source revealed that, according to data of the Russian intelligence services, the US and its allies aim to launch a massive media campaign against the vaccine.
Recurring disinformation narratives about an ongoing campaign of the West to discredit the Russian Sputnik V vaccine and the promotion of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine.
The claim that the West has financed and promoted campaigns to discredit the Russian Sputnik V vaccine is not supported by factual evidence. Early remarks about Sputnik V was motivated by widespread concerns that the approval was premature, since, at the time, the vaccine had not even started phase III trials, nor had any results on the earlier stage trials been published. The WHO expressed concerns about the preternatural registration of vaccine. After the results of phase I and II trials were published in The Lancet in September 2020, a group of international experts analysed them and expressed concerns about statistical anomalies.
The European Medicine Agency started a rolling review of Sputnik V on March 4, 2021, following an application from R-Pharm Germany GmbH, - which proves that there is no such a campaign.
See other examples in our database, such as claims that the West is campaigning to discredit the Sputnik V vaccine and is preparing large scale smear actions including fake footage of mass patient deaths, that the West criticises the vaccine because it can’t accept Russia’s primacy, or that the WHO and Microsoft sabotaged Sputnik V.
This disinformation message appeared in the same article as the claim that “Four EU countries requested to start negotiations with the producers of the Sputnik V vaccine”