On Monday, the people of Russia were to hear Vladimir Putins speech on the radio. According to state media, the Russian president said in it that Ukrainian forces had entered the Russia
On Monday, the people of Russia were to hear Vladimir Putin's speech on the radio. According to state media, the Russian president said in it that Ukrainian forces had entered the regions bordering Ukraine. However, the Kremlin denied this information. Dmitry Peskov referred to the matter.
On Monday, an “alarm communiqué of the Russian president” appeared on Russian radio, in which Vladimir Putin announced the “invasion of Ukraine” on several border regions and the beginning of general mobilization.
“The Russians shared recordings of this message on social media. There were also videos showing Putin's speech on TV”.
— The Armed Forces of Ukraine have invaded the territory of the Kursk, Belgorod and Bryansk regions. Russian soldiers should be allowed to defend the land against the Ukrainian Nazis. The enemy will be defeated, the victory is ours, Putin allegedly said in his speech, which, according to the propaganda agency RIA Novosti, was broadcast by several radio stations in the country.
As reported by the Reuters agency, independent Russian media reported that the communiqué warned the inhabitants of the Rostov, Belgorod and Voronezh regions, and "martial law was declared in these areas". Putin was to announce the start of a nationwide mobilization, and ordered the inhabitants to evacuate deep into Russia.
Moscow soon reacted to the matter. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the alleged radio speech of Vladimir Putin, which was heard on the radio, is fake news and the result of a hacker attack.
— All these messages are completely fake. There was no call. Indeed, there has been a hack in some regions. I know that, for example, Mir radio and other stations were hacked. Now everything is under control, Peskov quotes the TASS propaganda agency. Ukraine denies sending any troops to Russian territory. He maintains that the attacks on land in the last three months are the work of Russian guerrillas and not, as Moscow claims, Ukraine.
In a statement published on Telegram, the authorities of the Voronezh region confirmed that there had been a hacker attack and said that “the situation is now under the control of the administration and law enforcement agencies.” In turn, the Belgorod authorities reported that “there was no evacuation or mobilization and no one invaded the region.”
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DATE OF CREATION: 2023-06-05 19:15:07 · READERS: 133