“The food crisis was provoked not by the war, but by the sanctions”: how Russia took the whole world hostage
Leshchenko denied the fake Russians about the cause of the global food crisis/Channel 24 Collage
Russian propagandists continue to spread absurd lies. In particular, they are trying to convince the whole world that the global food crisis was caused not by the war unleashed by Russia, but by Western sanctions imposed against the aggressor country.
This fake was denied by the adviser to the head of the Office of the President Sergey Leshchenko at an evening briefing on May 27. Channel 24 broadcasts the details.
“Guilty”, as always, the countries of the West
Sergey Leshchenko said that Russian propagandists are trying to spread information that the global food crisis is a consequence of sanctions imposed against Russia.
Anti-Russian sanctions provoked the biggest food crisis in Europe, cynically writes the Russia Today propaganda outlet.
Andrey Yermak's adviser stressed that the food crisis was actually caused by the Russian-led waragainst Ukraine, because due to the actions of the aggressor country, 22 million tons of last year's harvest remain blocked on the territory of our state. This was previously announced by Vladimir Zelensky, speaking to Indonesian experts.
According to Leshchenko, Russia's desire to shift responsibility for the future crisis to Ukraine once again leads to another propaganda story, which they are now trying to spin, demanding lift anti-Russian sanctionsin exchange for unblocking Ukrainian ports.
This is typical behavior of a terrorist state. Taking hostage the whole world, which will suffer from the food crisis, they want to solve their own, narrow problem – the sanctions imposed on Russia because of the aggressive war against Ukraine, – added the adviser to the head of the President's Office.
Other fakes Kremlin
- Russian propagandists threw a fake document into the media. They submitted it, allegedly a “letter” from the head of the Office of the President Andriy Yermak to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny. At the same time, the Russians incorrectly indicated Zaluzhny's position, signing him as “Chief of the General Staff of Ukraine.”
- Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, who has been repeatedly “caught” in absurd lies, said that units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were allegedly located in the Odessa Film Studio and air defense systems. The mayor of Odessa, Gennady Trukhanov, denied this information stuffing of a Russian official.