Ukraine's Center for Countering Disinformation publishes new selection of Russian fakes
The Center for Countering Disinformation has published a selection of fakes that the Russian enemy produced on September 8
This was reported by Espreso.TV.
According to the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, on September 8, the Russian propaganda campaign launched three major deceptions.
Fake: The so-called adviser to the first leader of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic Zakharchenko, A. Kazakov, commented on Anthony Blinken's visit to Ukraine: "There was a visit of Blinken and a strike on Kostyantynivka. It was from the Ukrainian side. I'm sorry, but this is something ritualistic: a sacrifice to the white gentleman who came."
Manipulation: Russian Foreign Minister S. Lavrov said that "other countries are increasingly tired of the West's attempts to Ukrainize everything and everyone."
Disinformation: "Ukraine is going all-in, because today Kyiv is throwing its last strategic reserves at the breakthrough of Russian defense in two areas," said Russian military propagandist Alexander Kots.
Russian propaganda has spread a fake video allegedly from Kyivstar mobile operator.
In addition, Russia is spreading fake news that Ukraine has allegedly become the largest supplier of children to illegal human trafficking markets.
Spanish-language Telegram channels are spreading fake news that the reason for the Russian army's defeats in Ukraine is the alleged unwillingness of Russian President Vladimir Putin to kill Christians.