Washington is concerned that cracks in the EU could undermine NATO and international sanctions following Moscow's annexation of Crimea. A major review is underway into what The Telegraph calls “Russian clandestine funding,” Ukraine Today reported.
"It is thought likely to include far-right groups including Jobbik in Hungary, Golden Dawn in Greece, the Northern League in Italy and France's Front National which received a 9m euro (£6.9m) loan from a Russian bank in 2014."
But it doesn't stop there - it also addresses the upcoming Dutch referendum on Ukraine's treaty with the EU.
"Support of the referendum "closely resembled" known Russian propaganda", Peter Foster for the Telegraph writes.
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