Russian propagandists are frightened by Ukraine's counteroffensive, destabilization begins in their information space
Andriy Shapovalov, acting head of the Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council, believes that due to the Russian army's lack of battlefield victories, propagandists have begun to destabilize the information space
He said this on Espreso TV.
“The Russians ensure that Russia will no longer exist in the form it has now. And this is the best solution for Ukraine. Destabilization has begun in Russia's information space, which is a consequence of the lack of victories of the Russian army on the battlefield,” Shapovalov said.
According to him, Russia is afraid of a Ukrainian counteroffensive.
“Russian propagandists are destroying their methodologies and the unified information line. They are talking nonsense. Blowing up a hydroelectric power plant can be equated to nuclear or chemical weapons. What other red lines should Putin cross for the world to realize that Putin actually started a nuclear war the day before yesterday,” Shapovalov emphasized.
On June 6, occupying Russian forces blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant, completely destroying it. The evacuation of residents of the flooded areas began. After that, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy convened an emergency meeting of the Security and Defense Council, and the world began to respond to the tragedy. More details on how the situation developed on the morning of June 6 can be found here.