Russia does not get tired of spreading obvious fakes/Sergey Leshchenko's facebook
Russian propagandists continue to spread fakes to justify their terrorist country's invasion of Ukraine. One of them is that Poland wants to annex the western regions of our state.
This news of the Kremlin propagandists is a complete lie. Serhiy Leshchenko, adviser to the Office of the President, told about this, Channel 24 reports. Russian state propaganda, about the alleged intentions of Poland to annex the territory of Ukraine.
And, unfortunately, as in the case of biological laboratories, and this is already such a classic fake in their performance, they also put this lie into the mouth of an official official – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who allegedly announced Poland's intention to take part of the West of Ukraine, – noted the adviser to the OP.
Leshchenko stressed that what Lavrov says is not true. Poland is helping Ukraine in these difficult circumstances, but there are no intentions to annex its territory.
“Russian fakes are becoming more bizarre, but at the same time quite basic. Every day, give or take, everything revolves around the same thing Therefore, the call is to remain calm and turn on critical thinking,” Leshchenko added.
He called on foreign partners not to trust officials and state propaganda of the aggressor country, and Ukrainians to trust only the Ukrainian media, military and political guide.