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Fake Reznikov gave his daughter a house in Cannes, bought with the money of Western allies

Propagandists are spreading a screenshot from a video, according to which the Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov allegedly gave his daughter a house in Cannes worth 7 million euros, bought with the money of allies, for her wedding. It's fake.

Analysts of the VoxCheck project drew attention to it. They found out that the mentioned video was first published by a TikTok user under the nickname vladyslavyaschchenko1. The video says that Reznikov's daughter allegedly bought a house for 7 million euros in the city of Vallauris, near Cannes. The purportedly purchased home shown in the video has a pool, an elevator, and 7 bedrooms. However, a reverse image search on Google revealed that the house is actually still for sale and costs not 7, but almost 12 million euros. In addition, there is no news about such cases of theft on the main Ukrainian investigative journalism platforms.

By spreading such fakes, propagandists want to arouse distrust in the government and force people to go against it. In addition, they are also created for the audience of Western countries in order to cause skepticism among their population about providing more assistance to Ukraine, raising doubts about the appropriateness of its use.

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