Russian Foreign Ministry Commissioner for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law Konstantin Dolgov told RT that "it is a discrimination of rights of Russian media."
According to Dolgov, Russia will continue to raise the issue concerning the attempts to prohibit Russian media in different countries because it is "a discrimination and a clear violation of international norms."
He said that the authors of the resolution use the 'Russian propaganda' myth to receive financing of anti-Russian campaigns.
"The authors of such initiatives are afraid of the effective work of Russian media, TV channels, including RT," Dolgov said.
"This is a violation not only of OSCE decisions, international norms about the freedom of media and freedom of expression, but the violation of the rights of EU citizens," he emphasized.
According to the EU Observer media outlet, the working group on information counteracting Russia may get 1 million euros ($1.06 million) to pursue the above-mentioned aim. The non-binding draft document says that Russia is allegedly "aggressively employing a wide range of tools and instruments" to weaken the European Union.
In order to counteract the so-called Russian propaganda, the document calls on the EU members states to cooperate with NATO to develop mechanisms of coordinated strategic communications and countering hybrid threats.