TV screens installed all over Mariupol to spread Russian propaganda

TV screens installed all over Mariupol to spread Russian propaganda

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Russian invaders have installed 12 large TV screens on the streets in the seized city of Mariupol to broadcast Russian propaganda.

The relevant statement was made by Advisor to Mariupol Mayor Petro Andriushchenko on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“The occupation authorities have actively started to ‘improve the lives’ of Mariupol residents. Not so much in reality as in conviction. Yesterday, Russian occupiers launched three mobile propaganda vehicles and additionally installed twelve 75-inch TV screens across crowded public areas, such as humanitarian aid hubs, paperwork offices and water access points,” Andriushchenko wrote.

According to Andriushchenko, as Russian invaders have nothing to feed people with, they begin to feed them with lies, which is an extremely cynical practice.

A reminder that the Russian armed aggression caused one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in the city of Mariupol. Now the city is actually lying in ruins and has been left without power, water and gas supplies. At least 22,000 people were killed in Russia’s shelling and bombardments.

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