"As for Russian propaganda and unconventional warfare against the entire EU. In my opinion, it is necessary to do more in terms of how to counter Russian propaganda and fake news," Klimkin said at a joint press conference with the heads of the Foreign Ministries of Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic in Kyiv on Tuesday.
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"One of the positions that we've discussed is our interaction with the EU. We have Stratcom, and we have very fruitful cooperation with them," the minister said.
"But the point is how to oppose Russian propaganda. And this is very important for the whole Eastern Partnership, and we will discuss this issue tomorrow," Klimkin added.