the Kremlin had not yet read a statement of the European Commission about the alleged Moscow’s involvement in campaigns of disinformation about the situation with coronavirus in the EU. “We have not been able to see the text” — so said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov on request TASS to comment on the accusations against Russia.
Recall, the paper argues that “foreign entities and certain third countries, in particular Russia and China, participate in targeted influence operations and disinformation campaigns in the EU, in neighbouring countries and around the world.” “As for foreign players, we are clearly called Russia and China. We have clear evidence to make such statements”, — said the Deputy head of the EC Vera Yurova, responsible for European values and transparency.
the EU is not the first time accuses Russia and China in conducting disinformation campaigns. As stated at the end of April the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov voiced from the EU statements about the allegedly distributed by Russia and China of misinformation about the situation with coronavirus are not supported by facts. As noted the Minister, Russia has become accustomed to the fact that “Western colleagues are increasingly trying to find unifying motifs in the fiction about the Russian or some other threat.”
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