The spokesman of Odesa OVA, Sergei Bratchuk, emphasizes that the reports of famine are lies, and that the propagandists have used photos and videos from the Russian hinterland.
The information and psychological special operations units of Russia spread fake news about the queues for bread in Odessa and the famine in the city – allegedly due to the fact that all the grain was exported. This was reported by the spokesman of Odesa OVA Serhiy Bratchuk.
But, as Bratchuk stressed, this is a lie, and the propagandists have used photos and videos from the Russian hinterland.
“They wrote that there was a famine in Odessa, grain was being exported. Well, grain was actually being exported, and it was filling our budget, filling our Armed Forces with money,” said Bratchuk.
Earlier it was reported that the grain corridor began to work: the first ship with grain left the port of Odessa.
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