Ukraine posts review of Russia’s latest fake news

Ukraine posts review of Russia’s latest fake news

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The Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council has released a selection of misinformation, fake reports, and manipulations produced by Kremlin propaganda on May 27.

That’s according to the Center’s Telegram channel, Ukrinform reports.

In particular, local media in Bryansk, a regional center close to the border with Ukraine, spread misinformation about a “nuclear strike” that Ukraine was allegedly preparing to inflict. At the same time, it is emphasized that, had Russia not started a war against Ukraine, Kyiv would have used “dirty radiation bombs” against Belgorod, Bryansk, Rostov-on-Don, and Simferopol. In this way, the Russian media justify the launch of a war of aggressive against Ukraine, the Center stressed.

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Meanwhile, in the occupied city of Mariupol, the invasion forces circulate at the humanitarian aid distribution points a newspaper claiming that "Mariupol was captured without destruction and civilian deaths."

At the same time, the Russian Ministry of Defense is spreading misinformation, accusing the United States of involvement in the monkeypox outbreaks in multiple countries: “The disease was brought from Nigeria, where four American biolabs are located. At the same time, Ukraine-based laboratories were also connected with them. "

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As Ukrinform reported, the Kremlin, through former Italian General Leonardo Tricarico, made yet another attempt at nuclear blackmail of the world, calling for Ukraine to negotiate with Russia and ultimately surrender.


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