The Russian military was forbidden to answer calls from the numbers of Ukraine and Belarus
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The Russian command is stepping up censorship in the army. Therefore, the military was forbidden to answer calls from Ukrainian and Belarusian numbers, and they can only read the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper
This order was signed by the head of the Missile Forces and Artillery of the aggressor country Mikhail Matveevsky. This was reported in the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense.
Everyone should read the same newspaper
At the disposal of the military of the occupying army there is a requirement not to respond to phone numbers starting with +375 (Belarus) or +380 (Ukraine). If the call is accepted, the occupiers should perceive everything that the interlocutor said as a tarpaulin and a provocation, and after the call block the number.
Also, the leadership of the occupiers seeks to “explain the positive aspects” in participating in the war against Ukraine, in particular in the form of social guarantees and salary increases.
All occupiers must read the Krasnaya Zvezda daily. All other sources of information were declared to be those that publish false data and fakes.
Intelligence notes that Russia is introducing such propaganda as in the DPRK. Thus, the aggressor country deepens its own isolation.