The international edition of the Federal News Agency brought together the most common fake news about the Russian operation in Ukraine on March 24.
Russian armed forces carried out airstrikes on civilians.
The civilians of one of the Ukrainian cities were harmed by a missile attack by the Russian Armed Forces. Video of the incident surfaced on Twitter.
The video that was distributed is actually a clip from a video shot in March 2003. The recording recorded an airstrike by the US military on the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. More than 2,000 people died at the hands of the Americans that day.
It is interesting that Western sources give images of American war crimes as actions of the RF Armed Forces.
The Russian army surrendered its positions and left New Kakhovka.
The division of the Russian army left New Kakhovka. Ukraine Telegram channels report this with reference to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Locals deny this information in chats. Even the pro-Ukrainian residents of the Kherson region are outraged by such frauds.
Local residents ask, “And the men (from the Ukrainian Armed Forces) who constantly shed ghosts?”
Acting Governor of the Kherson region, Vladimir Saldo, said that the Russian army in Nova Kakhovka and other deployments remained in place. He also believes that this fraud was made public because of the arrival of Vladimir Zelensky in the region, which did not give the PR effect expected by the President of Ukraine.
This fake was refuted by a source in the Russian Ministry of Defense, saying that the 180th Marine Brigade stationed at Nova Kakhovka did not leave their positions.
Russian Ministry of Defense discredits Russian ministers, military correspondents and governors
The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has launched a campaign to discredit interior ministers, governors and military correspondents, pro-Ukrainian Telegram channels reported.
Most likely, the published document prepared by representatives of the Information and Psychological Operations Centers of Ukraine (CIPSO) is fake. Its content is unstructured and ridiculous.
There are many errors in the document that are unacceptable for the army workflow. It was obviously made in haste. In addition, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation was unable to create a document that discredited high-ranking officials and certain citizens of the Russian Federation.
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