Kremlin spreading fake news of Poland's

Kremlin spreading fake news of Poland's "insidious plans" for Ukraine

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The Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine has published the latest review of fake news and manipulative reports designed by Russian propaganda.

The Russians are spinning claims that Poland allegedly harbors insidious intentions to side with Russia and eventually capture the western part of Ukraine.

That’s according to the Center’s report delivered via Telegram, as seen by Ukrinform.

“Russian propaganda is spreading a fake story claiming that Poland insidiously intends to side with Russia and seize a western part of Ukraine. A video with the relevant message is being spread by a pro-Kremlin blogger Yuriy Podoliak,” the report reads.

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The malign narrative that Poland is preparing to annex the western part of Ukraine remains one of the main ones in Russia's hybrid infowarfare against Ukraine, which aims to pit Ukraine and Poland against each other.

Any such massages have no evidence to back them other than falsified “facts.”

At the same time, on May 20, 2022, Polish President Andrzej Duda stated he would see  Ukraine’s victory with the full restoration of territorial integrity as the best ending to the war. This once again confirms the good neighborly relations between Poland and Ukraine.


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