Estonian authorities restricted Izvestija worker Andrei Zakharov from entering Europe. The case is currently receiving a lot of attention in the Russian media, including an ongoing propaganda attack.
Do you think that Sputnik and Baltnews should have its wings clipped? Then speak up in the rahvaalgatus.ee (Citizen Initiative Portal) environment. Invite your friends to also join!
In July, several countries took steps to combat Russian propaganda channels. It is also time for Estonia to act.
This week you can read on the Baltnews website that they are owned by Russia Today and registered in Moscow.
The upcoming Moscow visit by President Kersti Kaljulaid has brought out several propagandistic headlines by Russian news agencies.
Let us summarize recent articles in the world media that open up the hidden backdrop of the functioning of the Russian propaganda media.
In the last month, the dissemination of infographics created by the Kremlin propaganda channel Sputnik has become more noticeable in Estonian-language social media.
An article in January discussing influence activities gave a lot of colour due to the approaching elections.
Have you heard of the memorial in Litsmetsa, Võrumaa County? The Kremlin propaganda media has and is making a big deal about it.