He stated this on the Ukraine 24 television channel, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.
"The center that we are currently creating on the basis of the ministry, because we have such an element as information policy, is a small first brick to create a large enough international center to combat disinformation in Ukraine. We follow the example of the Baltic States. Similar centers are operating in Riga, Finland, the Czech Republic. Those are rather educational centers that monitor, expose and show disinformation and fakes so that citizens and the community could understand the environment in which they stay. We want to create an online museum of Russian propaganda. I would like to emphasize once again that this is only the first step," Tkachenko said.
As was reported earlier, the Center for Countering Disinformation is to start operating in Ukraine in March. The center will help effectively detect manipulations and fakes that are spread by the aggressor country.