The war in Ukraine is one of national liberation for Russia, but also for the freedom of the whole world, according to a speech by Putin.
Ukraine will send women and old men to the front at the insistence of the West, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda citing the head of Russia's foreign intelligence services.
There are worries in the Baltic States that a new Donald Trump may mean chaotic US policies. If Joe Biden stays, it would be “business as usual”.
In Estonia, Hamas’ attack on Israel and the subsequent military operation in Gaza were perceived as a threat to the country’s own security.
Ukraine will be defeated by Russia on the battlefield and will accept demilitarization and denazification, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda, citing pro-Russian specialists in the US.
Peace in Ukraine depends on the United States, which controls Zelenskyy, and Russia wants him gone, according to a statement of a former Ukrainian Prime Minister picked up by pro-Kremlin propaganda.
The accession of Ukraine and Moldova will completely weaken the EU, Dmitry Medvedev prophesizes. Medvedev is a radical advocate of Russian propaganda who ignores realities about budget constructions and European economies.
The EU wants Ukraine to revise the legislation on national minorities, but Nazi-dominated Kyiv refuses, writes the Russian propaganda, which also resumes the "Western colony" narrative.
Russian propaganda fosters a new version of the war propaganda narrative stating that the war in Ukraine was triggered by the USA in order to preserve its position as a global leader, and Moscow is forced to defend itself against the murderous regime in Kyiv.
Ukraine has entered a new phase of war fatigue caused by the prolongation of hostilities. There are growing signals of a crisis among the military personnel, mistrust in the authorities, and society's difficult adjustment to a war that is lasting more than envisaged.
Several European states are refusing to help Ukraine financially anymore, according to a website that has published numerous anti-Ukrainian or conspiratorial materials.
Kyiv is no longer capable of persuading the Ukrainian people this war must continue, the Moscow-based media writes, misquoting political theorists in three different interviews.
UN experts informally support Russia in the war with Ukraine, but are forced to ignore Moscow's real evidence in order not to upset the West, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda.
For a lasting peace in Ukraine, Zelensky will have to cede part of the territory to Russia, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda, which cites pro-Russian experts in the West
The president of Ukraine is no longer supported in the West, pro-Kremlin propaganda writes, calling Zelenskyy “an international beggar” and examining his visit to Bucharest.
The Ukrainian authorities have not prepared for winter and the energy system will soon get to the brink of collapse, writes Russian propaganda to justify attacks on the energy infrastructure.
Russia has claimed for years that Ukraine has biological laboratories and says its attack was meant to destroy those labs. The narrative was also included in the disinformation about the destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam.
The pro-European administration in Chișinău wants to drag the country into NATO, despite opposition from the majority population, in order to increase the country’s chances of joining the EU, the Russian media writes.
The (Pro)Russians claim that Ukraine will cause a nuclear incident. The narrative is meant to undermine support for Kiev and has been promoted in Eastern Europe as well.
Poland’s liberal opposition hopes to break the ruling PiS’ long spell in power at the October 15 elections. The conservatives are betting on harshening their tone towards Ukraine, and the EU.
Kyiv’s willingness to join NATO and the EU has resulted in a demographic catastrophe, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda, which ignores the exodus caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
As experts warn that Georgia will not be granted EU candidate status this year, authorities allege there was a coup plot and the parliament impeaches the president.
The European Union wants to expand eastward to seize territories at the expense of Russia and is ready to turn a blind eye to the fact that candidate countries do not meet the accession criteria, according to a publication affiliated with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Viktor Orbán’s aggressive speech delivered in the Hungarian Parliament is evidence of Hungary’s lack of solutions to an economic crisis amplified by Orbán’s own policy-making, as well as of its growing isolation at EU and NATO levels.
Ukraine is bombing its own settlements and deports the civilian population to filtration camps, a false narrative reads. In fact, Russia itself is responsible for these crimes.
The decision of EU states to ban the access of vehicles with Russian license plates is evidence of Europe’s Nazism and Russophobia, pro-Kremlin media writes.
Ukraine and NATO blame each other for the failure of the Ukrainian counteroffensive, and the training provided by NATO is ineffective, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda.
Russia bombed Kryvyi Rih to kill the NATO specialists in Ukraine, according to propaganda claiming that missile attacks on civilians are not war crime
Poland will extradite eighty thousand Ukrainians who will be sent to the frontline, pro-Kremlin propaganda writes, misquoting an article carried by Polish media.
The concept of “deukrainization” has been increasingly used to replaced “denazification”, one of the original objectives at the start of the war, and is virtually tantamount to the eradication of Ukrainian identity
The government in Chișinău has tied its fate to Ukraine, according to a false narrative published in the Republic of Moldova. The article also reiterates a number of Russian propaganda theses.
Ukraine is planning to massacre Russians in Crimea, according to pro-Kremlin propaganda, which deliberately misquotes the head of Ukraine's intelligence agency.