The Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council published another collection of disinformation, fakes and manipulations that the enemy spread throughout May 28.
According to Ukrinform, he announced this in Telegram.
Thus, Russian Ambassador to the United States Antonov said that “the supply of multiple launch rocket systems to Ukraine could escalate the conflict, since there is a risk that such weapons will be placed near Russian borders, and Ukrainians will have the opportunity to strike at Russian cities.” This is a manipulation, noted in the JRC.
In addition, the information of Russian President Putin, which he voiced to Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz, is manipulative, saying that the difficulties with the supply of food are a consequence of the erroneous policy of the West and anti-Russian sanctions. “Tension in the food market can be solved with supplies from Russia, but for this, of course, it is necessary to lift the sanctions.”
The Center for Counteracting Disinformation also reported on disinformation replicated by enemy propaganda TV channels. Thus, the Russian media reported that “in Ukraine, American biotechnologists and pharmacists were actively restoring the smallpox strain. At the same time, American instructors trained Ukrainian specialists in emergency response to smallpox outbreaks.”
As Ukrinform reported, Rospropaganda on social networks spread a fake about the alleged Ukrainian origin of Polish President Andrzej Duda. The fake claims that the President of Poland is the grandson of the Ukrainian nationalist and fighter of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, who fought against the Poles and participated in the events in Volyn in 1943, Mikhail Duda.