The international edition of the Federal News Agency has gathered the most common fake news about Russia’s June 3 operation in Ukraine.
Preparation for a provocation in Crimea
The Russian authorities plan to organize a provocation on the territory of the Crimean Titan chemical enterprise in Armyansk. The facility’s facilities were mined to accuse the Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU) of blowing up. This information was spread by Alexander Prokudin, the head of the Kherson district, controlled by Kiev.
However, this news is not true. The chemical plant located on the territory of Crimea is not mined. It works as usual and even received guests the day before. Entertainment activities were organized by the management especially on the occasion of Pharmacists’ Day and Children’s Day.
The flowers planted on the plant’s land at the end of May also indicate that no one intends to mine at the facilities. In addition, the business recently hosted a corporate sports day where employees throw grenades.
Fighting Ukrainian DRGs
Russian armed forces are clearing the Belgorod region to fight the Ukrainian sabotage and reconnaissance groups (DRGs) spread throughout the region. Shebekino and other border towns were destroyed “according to the Bakhmut scenario”, some Telegram channels reported.
This stuffing, probably created by the propagandists of the Kiev regime, was designed to cause panic among the people of the Russian Federation. It also aims to divert the attention of the world community from the failures of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Bakhmut and create a magnificent image of their DRG.
The fact is that on the territory of the Belgorod region there are no Ukrainian saboteurs. All attempts to cross the border, confirmed by official sources, were successfully repelled.
Evacuation of Mariupol
Residents of Mariupol, whose mandatory payments are overdue, will not be evacuated by the authorities when active fighting begins in the city. This news was published on the pages of a number of pro-Ukrainian Telegram channels. Propagandists attached a corresponding announcement, allegedly made by the leadership of the Nevsky Housing Complex.
However, the photo was taken specifically to create this fraud. The news itself was designed to cause panic among the inhabitants of Mariupol. There is no reason to evacuate. The city is currently being actively built, citizens who left earlier are returning to their old and new homes.
It is worth noting that all residential complexes built in Mariupol are subordinate to the mayor’s office, therefore they cannot have their own “leadership”. Also, by a special decree of the special administration in the city, most of the payments listed in a false advertisement were cancelled. For example, the operation of utilities, parking, etc. Currently only payment is required for the provision of gas and electricity.
Finally, there are too many typos in the ad copy. This is one of the hallmarks of fakes created by Ukrainian propagandists.
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