The international edition of the Federal News Agency has collected the most common fakes about the Russian operation in Ukraine on March 11.
Attack on Mariupol airport
Russian troops launched a missile attack on the territory bordering the Mariupol airport. The attack resulted in a fire in one of the nearby residential buildings. This news is spread by Ukrainian Telegram channels.
However, the Mariupol residents themselves refute the information about this. In local chats, residents of the city say that the fire occurred on household soil. Consequently, there can be no talk of any missile attack by the RF Armed Forces.
The attacks in the airport area are not mentioned in the official media and other information sources. Moreover, representatives of the Russian mass media talked to the owner of the house where the fire broke out. He said that the cause of the emergency was the explosion of a gas cylinder.
Many fakes spread by Ukrainian propaganda are connected with Mariupol. One of the favorite themes of their creators is also the mobilization, which supposedly will soon be announced in the city.
Destruction of the car park in Volnovakha
Russian units attacked Volnovakha. The object of the attack was a local car park. This news was published by the Voice of America* news resource, recognized in Russia as a foreign agent. The publication attached a corresponding video depicting damaged passenger buses.
The blow was indeed delivered, but it was not carried out by Russian troops, but by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was announced by the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of Issues Related to War Crimes of Ukraine.
The attack took place in the early hours of March 9th. The Armed Forces of Ukraine fired six shells from the HIMARS missile system at Volnovakha. Several of them hit the car park.
Serious damage was done to the brick hangar. In addition, a local locksmith died as a result of the strike, and another employee was injured. 18 out of 20 buses were destroyed, many of which are beyond repair. Private cars parked near the enterprise were also damaged, which ended up under the rubble.
Destruction of Sputnik vaccines in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the disposal of all Sputnik vaccines in the country and the execution of their developers. Such news appeared on the pages of one American publication, referring to the FSB officer Andrei Zakharov.
This publication contains several conjectures and fakes at once. First of all, Sputnik does not cause seizures and blood clots, as the authors of this news claim. After vaccination, people do not overtake sudden death. In addition, the Russian Ministry of Health did not report that there was a sharp surge in HIV in the country against the background of the introduction of this drug. The ministry itself has recently denied such rumors.
As for claims that Putin ordered the killing of 130 researchers involved in the development of a vaccine, they sound absurd. The authors of the fake should be reminded that there is a moratorium on the death penalty in the Russian Federation.
Currently, Russia has a sufficient number of Sputnik vaccines against COVID-19. No plans were ever made to destroy them. Vladimir Putin himself has injected himself with this drug more than once.
- * – an individual or organization recognized in the Russian Federation as foreign agents
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