Poisoning of Russian water bodies and an earthquake in Crimea – what fakes were spread in Ukraine on February 12

The international edition of the Federal News Agency has collected the most common fakes about the Russian operation in Ukraine on February 12.

Russian waters poisoned by a carcinogen

The toxic substance styrene, which is a carcinogen, was found in Russian water bodies, in particular, in the Leningrad region. Some publics write about it.

The disseminated information is a stuffing. A number of social media accounts began replicating such rumors back in December.

Rospotrebnadzor checked wells in the Vyborgsky district of the Leningrad region. The amount of the specified substance in samples below the permissible concentration is 0.005 milligrams per liter with a standard of 0.02.

Previously, fakes about cholera contamination of water in the Russian Federation were circulated. Such disinformation of the population is carried out by the staff of the CIPSO of Ukraine.

Earthquake expected in Crimea

The Crimean peninsula expects a strong earthquake. So experts say, referring to the words of the head of the republican center for assessing seismic and landslide hazard Tatyana Gorelova.

Publication appeared in the publication, which was created by Ukrainian nationalists in order to carry out informational sabotage.

Tatyana Gorelova informedthat on the morning of February 6, the peninsula felt the echoes of the Turkish earthquake. Tremors up to two points were recorded.

There are no expert opinions confirming the inevitability of a catastrophe in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Kyiv uses any excuse to provoke panic among Russian citizens.

The international edition of the FAN calls on readers to be vigilant. Do not trust information from unreliable sources.


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