Another propaganda newspaper is being distributed in the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia oblast
Propaganda newspaper "Novoye Vremya" is set to start issuing on August 29 in the Polohy District of Zaporizhzhia oblast, which is temporarily occupied by the russian army. News about this appeared on propaganda Telegram channel "Zaporozhsky Vestnik" on August 26.
The first editions of the newspaper, which is being launched for printing "thanks to the assistance from the Head of Penza region," will be distributed for free. The occupiers promise an "objective assessment of the events" taking place in the part of the region they have occupied.
The first page includes a photo of people voting in support of the pseudo-referendum which the occupiers plan to hold in the occupied territories in September. There is no caption or credit under the picture. It is also unclear where and when this photo was taken. And the article "Brotherly Helping Hand" is signed with the name Victoria Solomayko. Currently, the search of this name has yielded no results. It is also unknown who is the newspaper's editor, what is its print run, and where it is being printed.
As IMI wrote, newspaper "Zaporozhsky Vestnik," printed in a Crimean printing house with a print run of 200,000 copies, has been issuing in the occupied territories, in particular in Melitopol, since mid-July. Along with the weekly, propaganda newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda" began to be distributed in the occupied territories.
On August 1, new propaganda channel ZaTV opened in the occupied Melitopol, Zaporizhzhia oblast.
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