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Russians are spreading fake news about the deportation of potential conscripts, says CCD

27.01.2023, 14:30

The Russians are spreading fake news about the European Union allegedly preparing to deport men and women liable for conscription to Ukraine for mobilization.

This was reported by the Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council.

They note that a fake letter purportedly from the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration is being actively spread over the Internet by pro-Russian mass media and social media channels.

"Also, the Ukrainian Embassy in Latvia reported that the local self-governments of Latvia have been receiving so-called requests/letters purportedly from the Ukrainian Embassy, asking to provide personal data on Ukrainian citizens of appropriate age who are in Latvia," the Center for Countering Disinformation noted and stressed that the embassy did not send any such requests/letters to the Latvian public authorities.

"We see that the enemy is trying to discredit Ukraine in the international arena, as well as to obtain information about Ukrainians abroad and use of this data for their future manipulations," the Center for Countering Disinformation summarized.

As reported by IMI, today the Russians are using psyops to "shake up" the world. "A psyop has an entry point, certain actions, and an exit point. The impact is assessed at the exit point. Did it manage to shift the public opinion? Have the sociological polls, attitudes changed or not? After that, a conclusion is drawn: Europe gets targeted with a weapon embezzlement psyop, the States get to listen that this is not America's war, that it is happening somewhere far away and nobody needs it, because it is costly; Africa and the Middle East get the famine psyop. That is, these are large-scale campaigns that are being managed from several control centers. This is a systematic, large-scale, long-term work," said the acting head of the Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Andriy Shapovalov.

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