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Disclosure The Russians distributed a humorous video in which Ukrainians say that they allegedly listen to Russian music, and politicians want to quarrel the two peoples

Russian propagandists are distributing a video containing a fragment of a social survey, where Ukrainians say that they allegedly listen to Russian music: Instasamka, Hryhorii Leps, Artik & Asti, Basta. When the interviewer told one of the poll participants that Hryhorii Leps supported the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he got angry and called the interviewer a provocateur.

The case was investigated by the VoxCheck fact-checker. In fact, the video distributed by Russian propagandists is a humorous sketch of members of the Ukrainian group Kurgan and Agregat, Ievhen Volodchenko and twin brothers Amil and Ramil Nasirov. They themselves starred as an interviewer and a few “passers-by”. At the end of the video, these “passers-by” apologize and promise not to listen to Russian music anymore.

Thus, Russian propaganda is trying to show that Ukrainians actually listen to Russian songs, and music is out of politics. And the Ukrainian government and some Ukrainians allegedly infringe on the rights of other people. Earlier we wrote about how Russian sport serves the Russian state propaganda system.

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