Kuleba calls on international media to stop writing that Putin was "provoked" into missile terrorism
Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba called on the international media to stop writing that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin was "provoked" into terrorising Ukraine with missiles. He wrote about it on Twitter.
According to Kuleba, Putin was not "provoked" to unleash missile terror by "Crimea Bridge," because even before this incident, Russia had been constantly hitting Ukraine with missiles.
He noted that Putin is desperate because of battlefield defeats and uses missile terror to try to change the pace of war in his favor.
"This nonsense about Putin being 'provoked' must stop. He does not need anything to 'provoke' him in order to commit heinous crimes. I ask international media to stop shifting the blame on the victim of aggression by suggesting that Putin 'responds' or is being 'provoked,'" wrote Dmytro Kuleba.
We remind you that on the morning of October 10, Russia launched a massive missile attack all over Ukraine; Kyiv, in particular, was also attacked.
The mass missile attack by the Russians resulted in problems with mobile Internet and, in some places, mobile connection across the country' regions.
The National Security and Defense Council's Center for Countering Disinformation warned of the spread of disinforming messages carried out by Russia as part of an information attack.
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