Russia to look for new ways to spread narratives recently approved for information warfare - intelligence
The Russians will look for new ways to spread disinformation in the Ukrainian information field, including through new speakers and media
Representative of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's Main Intelligence Directorate Andriy Yusov said this during a telethon, the GUR press service reports.
"They will be looking for new speakers who are willing to act as newsmakers, new media that can be used consciously or unconsciously as platforms for such narratives," he said.
According to him, some of the Kremlin's agents of influence have already been exposed, so Russia will be looking for new faces. The enemy spares no expense in spreading PSYOP, Yusov noted.
"The aggressor spares no expense. Whatever amounts are allocated for information warfare - and this is tens of millions of dollars - it is always cheaper when compared to the costs on the battlefield. Despite its high cost, PSYOP is more profitable than investing in the battlefield: 100 computers are cheaper than one tank," the intelligence representative said.
He emphasized that Ukraine will continue to counteract hostile narratives.
The narratives approved by the Russian enemy, according to the intelligence, include "slow counteroffensive" and "corrupt state".