"408,000 obituaries piled up": Russian fakes compilation for January 11
The Center for Countering Disinformation has published a compilation of fake news that Russia produced on January 11
Espreso TV reported the information.
According to the Center for Countering Information at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, on January 11, Russia launched three major deceptions.
Disinformation: Russian military propaganda expert Ruslan Tatarinov said: "There are 408,000 obituaries piled up. We take the information that can be confirmed by the number of obituaries published on Ukrainian resources."
Manipulation: Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said: "On January 14, Davos will host the fourth meeting on Ukraine in the Copenhagen format. Together with the G7 members, the Kyiv regime will again fraudulently persuade the countries of the Global South and East to support pseudo-peace proposals based on Zelenskyy's odious 'formula.'"
Disinformation: Russian Telegram channel Mria wrote: "There are rumors that 90% of the Ukrainian elite believes the US will not provide any financial support. They all started to withdraw capital together, fearing the worst-case scenario. And it's not just a coup d'etat - the masses have yet to mature for it. The primary concern is that they won't be able to do business and steal."
- Russia is also spreading a fake that the Ukrainian delegation to the World Economic Forum in Davos will "beg" for new military loans from global businesses instead of state-owned land and assets.