How the Kremlin lies about the attack on the Belgorod region of Russia
The Kremlin lies about the attack on the Belgorod region/RosSMI
The Kremlin traditionally continues to spread its cynical and absurd fakes. This time, the Russians are lying about the attack on the Belgorod region.
The details were revealed by the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security. Russian propagandists riveted a fake video and traditionally “burned” themselves.
Russian propagandists spread a fake video on the topic: “Zelensky ordered the ukrofascists to attack the Belgorod region,” the report says.
A detachment of fighters can be seen on the video of the invaders. One of them has the emblem of the Tornado company of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. It was disbanded back in 2015.
Further on, the actors portraying the Ukrainian military are told “Beware! Attention!”, but it should have been “Strunko”. And then they read out allegedly “Zelensky's decree”. President Volodymyr Zelensky is called the “commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.” In fact, the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is Valery Zaluzhny.