Eva Bartlett

Versions of names: Ева Бартлетт, Eva Karene Bartlett

Eva Bartlett is a Canadian blogger and independent journalist. She contributes op-eds on the Russian state-controlled channel Russia Today's website. She lives in Russia currently.
Bartlett spread disinformation on Syria and appeared on a Syrian government panel at the UN, alleging that the White Helmets staged rescues using "recycled" children in its videos. Currently, she promotes pro-Russian content about the conflict in Ukraine. The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) identified her as one of the twelve key Western influencers spreading pro-Kremlin disinformation about the Russo-Ukrainian War. In July 2022, she was a speaker at the Russian-organized sham human rights tribunal - International Public Tribunal on Ukraine - which aimed to gather information to prove allegations of "war crimes by the Kyiv regime, discrimination against its own citizens, persecution on linguistic, national and ideological grounds.”


Individual Observers at the 2022 pseudo-referendum for the formal annexation of occupied territories of Donetsk to Russia

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Institutional affiliation to International Public Tribunal on Ukraine

The West is trying hard to annul the results of the referendum, and therefore they are persecuting the people who came here and gave a voice to the people of Donbass, the same people who were deliberately ignored and confused by Western politicians and the media. [...] Everywhere I have been, the referendum has been well organized. People from the election commission went from house to house, from apartment to apartment, so that people could vote from home. [Translated from Russian]

https://vk.com/@fondfbr-eva-bartlett (2023-08-25)

Corresponding elections

From 23 to 27 September 2022, the Russian forces organised a sham election process - pseudo-referendum as a pretext for the formal annexation of the regions of occupied Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson by Russia. The annexation of the four regions was announced on 30 September 2022.