once disseminates false information about the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Now the Russian media have talked about the “looting” of Ukrainians dressed in Russian uniforms in the Donbass.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation is spreading a fake that Ukrainian defenders allegedly dress up in Russian uniforms and “maraud”. This was announced by the Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council on Friday, July 22.
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation said that Ukrainian defenders allegedly dressed in Russian uniforms in order to freely “use physical violence” against the inhabitants of Donbass.
“In Slavyansk, the Kyiv regime (this is how the Kremlin propaganda calls the authorities legally elected by Ukrainians – ed.) prepared a provocation to discredit the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. To implement it, the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, dressed in Russian uniforms, defiantly robbed houses and used physical violence against civilians, photographing and filming “acts of looting” allegedly committed by Russian troops,” the agency of the aggressor country claims.
Russian media disseminate information about “preparation in Nikolaev to clean up “unreliable” citizens associated with the Russian Federation.”
They also claim that the SBU allegedly “plans to carry out raids and send to filtration camps” and add that reinforcements from Kyiv and the western regions of Ukraine have already arrived in the city.
The media is also spreading a fake voiced by the self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko about the French self-propelled artillery mounts CAESAR, which the Ukrainian military allegedly “sold to the Russian to the troops, and who ended up in Uralvagonzavod”, and also, according to him, this caused “hysteria in the French media and the officers of the French army.” in various spheres of the country's life.
Earlier it was reported that the State Duma of the Russian Federation adopted a law on extrajudicial closure of the media for spreading “fakes”.