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Fake In Kyiv, they seem to be handing out “propaganda leaflets” to women, the elderly and children so that they mobilize into the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Pro-Kremlin media are distributing a number of photographs with so-called propaganda leaflets, which are allegedly distributed in Kyiv to women, elderly people and children - thus calling for them to join the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. “Don’t ask questions - join the Armed Forces of Ukraine”, “Don’t sign up for a manicure, better sign up for the Armed Forces of Ukraine”, “Do you want to see your grandchildren in NATO?” - as in such propaganda. However, this is not true.

The fact-checkers at the Center for Countering Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council analyzed the photographs and found out that such propaganda was fake and could not have been distributed by representatives of the Territorial centers for recruitment and social support or other military authorities. This is just Russian propaganda, because no one is mobilizing older people, children or women into the Ukrainian Defense Forces.

According to experts, such leaflets were not distributed on the territory of Kyiv or other Ukrainian regions from the official representation of the military leadership.

Previously, we documented a similar case, as if in Ukraine they were allegedly distributing propaganda to older people so that they would mobilize into the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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