…Lithuania’s pro-Kremlin media commented extensively on prospects for the NATO Summit in Brussels…and the meeting between U.S. President Trump and Russian President Putin…
…The pro-Kremlin media communication indicates that there is a perception gap between how the Kremlin sees the West and how NATO sees Russia.
…Adopting a clear and unified stance on Russia is the key for successful strategic and operational communication. Only such a stance will allow NATO to focus on proactively crafting and strengthening the Alliance rather than correcting inter-alliance miscommunication sparked by the Kremlin’s malign propaganda efforts.
Lithuania’s pro-Kremlin media commented extensively on prospects for the NATO Summit in Brussels, held on 11-12 July, and the meeting between U.S. President Trump and Russian President Putin on 16 July in Helsinki. They also covered Trump’s letters to the NATO allies demanding an increase of the…
Source: Pushing For A Reset – CEPA STRATCOM PROGRAM.