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Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs on disinformation campaigns from Russia

Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs on disinformation campaigns from Russia Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba (photo: Getty Images)

All attempts by Russians to discredit the allocation of military aid to Ukraine have turned out to be fakes, states Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba.

"Every attempt by Russia to disinform the world about (the) alleged leak or illicit traffic of U.S. weapons into other parts of the world… turned out to be fake," said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.

Kuleba also emphasized that all military aid from the United States and partners would be used to bring an end to this war as quickly as possible with Ukraine's victory.

"So don't believe in fakes, believe in Ukraine," added the Ukrainian Foreign Minister.

Russian disinformation and fakes against Ukraine

We previously reported that the Russian Federation attempted to launch a wave of disinformation about the reasons for halting exchanges of prisoners of war. In this way, the terrorist state will try to justify its inaction.

Recently, a video featuring the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, General, Valerii Zaluzhnyi, surfaced online, where he allegedly calls on Ukrainians to overthrow and urges the military not to obey criminal orders from the authorities.

Pentagon officials also stated that Russia constantly tries to spread misinformation that alleged cases of embezzlement of foreign weapons are being recorded in Ukraine. The U.S. defense department emphasized that there is currently no credible evidence that the weapons provided to Ukraine by the U.S. could have fallen into the wrong hands.