Ukraine invented Bucha to avoid complying with agreements - Countering Disinformation Center publishes list of Russian fakes
Ukraine's Center for Countering Disinformation has published a selection of fakes that Russia produced on October 3
This was reported by Espreso.TV.
According to Ukraine's Center for Countering Disinformation, on October 3, the Russians launched three major deceptions.
Manipulation: The Medved Telegram channel wrote: "Starting today, the National Bank of Ukraine cancels the fixed exchange rate. The hryvnia goes into free flight: hello, inflation and rising prices for everything."
Disinformation: Russian propagandist V. Solovyov stated: "We lost significant territories in late March and early April last year. What kind of military actions led to this? It was a gesture of goodwill. After the Istanbul agreements were initialed, the Ukrainian side was hit on the head by the West. In order not to comply with the agreements, it came up with Bucha."
Manipulation: The pro-Russian Resident Telegram channel wrote: "Total corruption in the army and supply has become so significant that the US and EU have decided to tighten control over spending. An indirect consequence is that Ukrainians will have much less independence in military planning and decision-making."
- Earlier, the Russians also spread a fake that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had begun to stockpile weapons at the Khmelnytskyi and Rivne nuclear power plants.