called a Fake member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation Oleg Morozov, the statement of the official representative of the European Commission Peter Stano that the various sources from Russia allegedly contribute to the spread in the EU of conspiracy theories and misinformation about the coronavirus. The purpose of such misinformation, according to Stano, to question authority and ability of the EU and the countries-members of the Union to overcome the crisis.
“Very strange statement, unless you recognize it in a meaningful fake,” said frost, whose words are quoted by RIA Novosti.
He noted that is not met in the Russian media biased reports about the situation in Europe or the US and certainly not heard any critical evaluations on the part of Russian officials. “No gloating about coronavirus problems in the world we do not experience”, — said the Senator.
If critical conclusions about the situation, in particular about the high mortality rate in the country and are being made, they are usually served with reference to the opinion of the who and published in the foreign media, said Morozov. And about Russia “stretching the truth”, for example, in the question about the alleged hidden mortality.
This fake designed “to shift all the blame on others,” said the Senator.
Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, commenting on the statement by the representative of the European Commission, said earlier that the EU has not provided a single fact about the alleged misinformation on the part of Russia about pandemic coronavirus.