EU fights against Russian propaganda in Ukraine
A weekly "Disinformation Review" publication collects and shares corroboration of Russia's fake news
European Union launches a new new information product called "Disinformation Review", a weekly publication, which collects as many examples of the Russian disinformation attacks as possible, and in real time.
"Its objective is to show the European public the high amount of such disinformation attacks that target European audience every single day, to expose the number of countries targeted, and, thus, to explain to the European audience the breadth of this problem. The data and information collected would help to conduct a better analysis and, thus, be ready to counter and pre-empt possible misinformation attacks in the future," as stated by the press corner of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine.
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