Russian Defense Ministry Says Britain Helped Ukraine in Making Propaganda Videos

Russian Defense Ministry Says Britain Helped Ukraine in Making Propaganda Videos
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, left, and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visit the Warszawska Brygada Pancerna military base near Warsaw on Thursday

International Military - The war between Russia and Ukraine that began on February 24 is known to continue today. Many parties have focused on the war between the neighboring countries. It is also known to this day that both the Russian and the Ukrainian sides have suffered a lot of losses, whether it's lives or weapons.

As reported by the News Week page, the Russian military said that they had destroyed 21 forts belonging to Ukraine. In this case, the Russian military has used high-precision missiles to be able to destroy what has been targeted.

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Related to the destruction of 21 Ukrainian forts this has also been conveyed by the Russian Ministry of Defense some time ago. In addition to destroying the bull, he also said that his party had hit 37 areas of Ukrainian manpower and military equipment. "Tactical, army and unmanned aviation operations hit 37 areas of concentrated Ukrainian military manpower and equipment in total," he said.

As a result of the attack, it was reported that more than 360 nationalists and 49 weapons and military equipment belonging to Ukraine were destroyed. What's more, the report stated that an airspace detection and control radar station in Slavyansk, Donetsk had been destroyed.

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But something else angered Moscow, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Igoe Konashenkov, accused Ukraine of making a propaganda video. Which in the making, Igor Konashenkov said that the British would help Zelensky. "Against the backdrop of the Kiev political plot in Mariupol and the military failure in the Donbas, the Kiev regime with British financial support has organized the production of 'moral uplifting' videos," he said.

Konashenkov also said that Ukraine has added more drama to the upcoming video. "To add more drama to future films, at the urging of British supervisors, a reenactment of the fake battle between Ukrainian and Russian soldiers," he added.

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It is also reported that the shooting of the video will be scheduled for June 5 to 6. Which in the video will focus on testimonies from the Ukrainian people, Konashenkov said.

He also said that the video will show footage accusing Russia of deliberately shelling a civilian-occupied area. However, regarding this statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense, until now neither Ukraine nor the UK have made a statement.

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