Andrey (azangru) wrote,

"Russian pro-Kremlin media have mounted a 'significant disinformation campaign' to aggravate the coronavirus pandemic crisis in western countries by destroying confidence in the emergency response, according to an internal EU report," writes the Financial Times.

"The nine-page report — dated March 16 and seen by the Financial Times..." it continues.

It's so annoying when papers do this. It's such a big fuck you to all the curious readers who would like to see for themselves what the primary source actually says (and what the examples of a disinformation campaign look like).

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