The special services of Russia, on behalf of the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, produced a document.
The Russians continue to produce fakes, testifying to the alleged involvement or plans to involve Polish military units on the side of Kyiv in Russia’s war against Ukraine. About that expressed Stanislav Zharin, spokesman for the Coordinating Minister for Polish Special Services, on Twitter.
“Russia continues disinformation operations against Poland and Ukraine. The Kremlin is posing as the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. A fake Ukrainian document is supposed to be “proof” of Poland’s participation in the war and preparations for annexation of Western Ukraine,” he wrote.
Zharin added to the message a “document” allegedly from the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine with the signature of the Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Serhiy Shaptala. The Russian intelligence services produced a document that spread fake news about the alleged simplification of the crossing of the Polish-Ukrainian border for the Polish military who wanted to support Ukraine.
“The document should provide a simplified procedure for the entry of international contingent units that will appear or be created in Poland,” said the deputy minister-coordinator for special services of the Republic of Poland.
According to him, the published Russian fake should be “proof” for the Russians about the alleged direct participation of Poland in the war on the side of Ukraine, as well as another repetition of lies about on Poland’s alleged preparations for the annexation of Western Ukraine.
“The Kremlin has been conducting operations for Poland’s alleged attack on Ukraine for months,” Zharin insisted.
According to him, the fake document was distributed by information sources controlled by Russian special services. However, he did not exclude that this fake may appear in foreign sources in the near future.
Remember that earlier in the Czech Republic they disproved the fake that the Ukrainians were spreading tuberculosis.
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