Russians are not afraid of Abrams, Kyiv asks not to integrate Ukrainian refugees — Russian fakes for September 28
The Center for Countering Disinformation has published a selection of fakes that Russia produced on September 28
According to Ukraine's Center for Countering Disinformation, on September 28, the Russians launched three major deceptions.
Disinformation: The pro-Russian telegram channel ‘Woman with a Scythe’ writes: "The message that the Wagner fighters are returning to Bakhmut was released in order to justify the failure of their return, which Zelenskyy promised to his partners back in the spring."
Manipulation: Ostashko!Vazhnoe telegram channel, citing the head of the State Migration Service of Ukraine, Natalia Naumenko, reported: "Kyiv asks European partners not to develop programs for the integration of Ukrainian refugees. The authorities are expecting their citizens to return to their homeland."
Disinformation: M.Gazdiyev, a correspondent for the propaganda RT, said: "Russia is not an audience for the message that Abrams will save the situation, that it is some kind of miracle weapon. It is for Western taxpayers, various lobbying funds that promote aid to Ukraine, and it is for Ukrainians so that they are less sad. To give them hope for victory on the battlefield, that the tens of thousands of victims they will make will somehow be justified."
- Kremlin-controlled propaganda platforms have spread a fake claim that the Ukrainian Azov unit allegedly performed a "satanic rite."