Three main narratives about Ukraine spread by Russian propaganda
According to the Institute of Mass Information (IMI), about 40% of the news content of the Russian Kremlin media is devoted to Ukraine
This was stated by IMI Director Oksana Romaniuk at the Media Centre of Ukraine.Almost half of Russian enemy's news content concerns Ukraine.
"We have recently conducted a monitoring and were simply amazed that about 40% of all news content in the Russian Kremlin media is devoted to Ukraine," she said.
According to her, the main narratives spread by the Russian Federation regarding Ukraine are that Russia is allegedly winning the war and Ukraine is not being provided with weapons. In addition, the enemy's narrative of an evil NATO is constantly in the information space.
Romaniuk stressed that Russia's actions in the information space against Ukraine are aggressive propaganda. She added that the Institute of Mass Information is collecting evidence against propagandists and cooperating with law enforcement to bring them to justice.
At the same time, Z-channels on Telegram launched a fake that instead of ensuring security in Ukrainian trains, the main task of the newly introduced marshals will be to identify "passengers disloyal to President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy”.
The Russian occupiers are using artificial intelligence to create fake TV stories about the alleged blackout schedules in Ukraine.