‘Today we launch our new website www.euvsdisinfo.eu, providing you with a single resource on addressing the challenge of pro-Kremlin disinformation’, as it is reported at the website.
This website is a part of the EU campaign for the better forecast, address and respond to pro-Kremlin disinformation.
‘The peculiarities of the new website is the latest news and analysis of the pro-Kremlin disinformation: there are more than 3000 cases of the pro-Kremlin fakes’.
The website will provide the interactive statistics and content in English, Russian and German languages.
Earlier the summit of the European People’s Party adopted a resolution on Russian disinformation.