This is a sign of the success of Russian propaganda.
Its claim that a large-scale air strike killed 600 Ukrainian soldiers at Kramatorsk is almost certain to be a gross untruth.
It doesn’t matter for Russia. It’s a misinformation work and is out there.
Ukraine war: Russia claims 600 soldiers were killed in a’revenge rocket attack
It’s great if people believe it. But that’s not the point. It’s a win for propagandists as long as you don’t believe everything that everyone says.
Information is bombarding you and you don’t know the truth.
1. It’s easy to refute this claim. The site’s images show that there was very little destruction.
2. Kramatorsk can be reached easily – this is how reality can be confirmed.
3. This claim is inconsistent with Ukrainian military practice. Six hundred troops do not bunker in artillery range. They disperse.
4. The Ukrainians have denied it categorically.
Serhii Cherevatyi, spokesperson for the Ukrainian Joint Forces, stated that “the Russian information is false.”
“Russian army attacked Kramatorsk yesterday with seven missiles at 23.30. It did not have an impact on the Ukrainian army.
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However, the information also has a market within Russia.
The regime is desperate to win, especially after the large loss of troops in Makiivka at New Year’s Eve.
The claims of revenge will then be packaged for domestic consumption via TV news bulletins. A substantial portion of the population will consume it without question.
There is more to it.
Moscow regards its force as one the most powerful armies in the globe, so it is not surprising that Moscow makes up victories even though they are clearly propaganda designed.