Ukraine names messages of Russian propaganda voiced because of Ukrainian offensive in south
Advisor to the head of the Presidential Office Mykhailo Podolyak said that panic is growing among Russian elites, so the Kremlin is resorting to spreading false narratives about the situation at the front
He wrote about this on Twitter.
According to Podoliak, there are three key false theses of Russia that it actively promotes:
1. The conflict has reached stalemate. The offensive has failed.
2. It is necessary to immediately move to pseudo-diplomacy and freeze the conflict (with the cessation of arms supplies to Ukraine).
3. Russia still has many resources and many people willing to "fight".
“Of course, all of these theses are "dead" and have nothing to do with reality: Russia's strength reserve is much smaller, and the Ukrainian offensive is moving toward taking fire control over the entire southern front. All of these theses indicate only one thing: growing panic among Russian elites, a lack of understanding of what to do, and a catastrophic fear of losing... So, we must push it to the end,” Podoliak wrote.
The Russian army has suffered significant losses due to insufficient support on one of the islands in the Dnipro River delta, located in the Kherson region.