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Hlavné správy again spread Kremlin propaganda

Shortly after the Russian invasion, NBÚ, the national security authority, used its new powers to block four disinformation websites Hlavné správy, Armádny magazín, Hlavný denník and Infovojna. The websites went online again a month ago and are again spreading Russian propaganda. They write that the invasion is a "special military operation", Russia is "liberating territories" from "neo-Nazis" and that "the position of the Russian ethnic minority in the Baltic countries is catastrophic." In the articles, they draw exclusively from Russian and pro-Russian sources. NBÚ claims that it is waiting for new legislation that will comprehensively address the issue of blocking fake news. Sme rodina is blocking the new legislation, though.


Táto správa je z Ekonomiky DNES, denného prehľadu najdôležitejších ekonomických správ zo Slovenska.

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