Disinformation & Propaganda

Disinformation & Propaganda

Disinformation has become a driving force of the hybrid warfare waged by the Russian Federation. Citizens of Ukraine should learn how to distinguish truth from propaganda.

Elections to the State Duma involving Ukrainians is the most insolent attempt of falsification

Ukrainians, i.e. approximately 280-310 thousand residents of the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts who have received Russian passports, will vote in the current elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation in a compulsory way. What is this? Is it a major characteristic of the elections to the State Duma this year or the most insolent attempt of falsification?

Presidential Office should react to Kremlin’s disinformation on Ukraine’s “anandoning” Donbas, iDemocracy

A non-governmental organization iDemocracy has carried out a monitoring of information space within Ukraine, the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts as well as Russia and detected that militants’ and Russian media outlets broadly spread an anti-Ukrainian narrative about Ukraine’s “fencing off” Donbas at the end of June-beginning of July 2021.