FSB prepares fakes about Russian citizenship of Ukrainian officials, their families
Russian special services intend to spread fake news about the alleged Russian citizenship of Ukrainian officials and their family members in the Ukrainian information space
The SBU's press service reported this.
According to the intelligence service, the Russians are going to launch disinformation about the alleged Russian citizenship of Ukrainian statesmen, the leadership of the Defense and Security Forces and their families, as well as other officials.
To make the fake look credible, it is planned to make records in the state registers of the Russian Federation that are supposed to confirm the version of the enemy special services, as well as to falsify documents of Ukrainian statesmen and representatives of the Defense Forces.
“According to operational data, the start of the enemy's information and psychological operation in the Ukrainian information field is scheduled for the near future,” the Ukrainian Security Service warned.
On May 20, Russia launched disinformation about the alleged disappearance of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief Valerii Zaluzhnyi. The occupying forces also claimed that Zaluzhnyi was injured and underwent skull trepanation. The Ministry of Defense denied the fakes.
On May 25, Anatoliy Stefan (Stirlitz) showed a video with Zaluzhnyi.