Russian propaganda is continuing in its efforts to trash the reputation of Poland, a senior government security official has said.
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The Polish government commissioner for information space security has accused the Russian president of repeating insinuations which present Poland as an aggressive country.
Minister of EU Affairs Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk has told PAP that the conclusions of the Friday-ended European Council summit reflects Poland's ambitions and postulates, and Polish arguments are listened to today.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has welcomed a European decision to continue to commit billions of euros in aid to Ukraine.
Poland is building a team to identify and counter disinformation threats, a senior security official has said.
The president of the Polish Press Agency, Wojciech Surmacz, has said that Central and Eastern European media should be warning Western European countries against Russian disinformation about the war in Ukraine.
“Increased disinformation activities began with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian aggression in Ukraine only intensified them.
“The propaganda and disinformation related to the war in Ukraine will not disappear on their own, to fight with them, we need to educate the public, journalists and editors,” said Branka-Gabriela Vojvodić, President of the Croatian Press Agency (HINA) on Tuesday, during the international conference Media of the Future organized for the fourth time by the Polish Press Agency.
"The aim of disinformation campaigns is not necessarily to change the views or attitudes of their audiences, but to create a kind of chaos that prevents them from accessing verified data," said Alexandru Giboi, Secretary General of the European Association of Press Agencies (EANA).