"Ukraine mobilizes students" and other Russian fakes exposed on November 30
The Center for Countering Disinformation has published a compilation of fake news that Russia produced on November 30
Espreso TV reported the information.
According to the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, on November 30, Russia launched three major deceptions.
Fake: Russian propaganda Telegram channels spread a video, captioned "A board game on the division of Ukraine is gaining popularity in Poland."
Fake: Argumenty i Fakty, Russian media outlet, spread the following information: "The Ukrainian general mobilization, which according to the plans of the Kyiv regime should send 20,000 people to the Ukrainian Armed Forces every month, clearly cannot cope with mobilizing such a number of cannon fodder. Therefore, the geography of the search is expanding, and citizens with schizophrenia, dementia and HIV have already been included among the 'volunteers'."
Fake: Russian Telegram channel Sheikh Tamir writes: "Students have been mobilized in Ukraine. At Chernivtsi National University, all sports-related majors received questionnaires from military enlistment offices and were informed that the draft quotas have already been allocated.