Fakes about NATO in the occupied Crimea: main trends for September-October 2022

November 8, 2022

In April, the Crimean Tatar Resource Center began to monitor the spread of fakes about NATO in the media of the temporarily occupied Crimea, and in June it launched the column NATO in the media of the occupied Crimea, in which experts are already refuting this information.

Russia has been intimidating the population of the peninsula for years, identifying the Alliance with fascism and saying that it wants to trample Ukraine. And since 2014, the Russian authorities have begun to openly call NATO an enemy and accuse it of threats and unfriendly actions. Since that moment, the Russian Federation has been actively spreading Putin's propaganda that NATO is reaching Russian borders, the continued existence and expansion of NATO poses a threat to Russia, NATO wants to draw Ukraine into its ranks, etc.

We want to share with you the main trends in the spread of fake information on the peninsula about the values, goals and current activities of the Alliance for September-October 2022.

What has changed in recent months in the rhetoric of the occupants?

Find out with our infographic.