Russian propaganda writes about “Polish mercenaries” who allegedly occupy the homes of Ukrainians. “Dozens of Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz appeared,” we read in the article. The editors of the Mash portal did not provide any evidence to confirm these theses.
On Thursday, the Russian website Mash published an article about “Polish mercenaries” in Ukraine. The article was also published on the website of the daily newspaper “Pravda”.
The editorial office claimed that “they began to settle in Ukrainian villages on the border with the Bryansk region. This was reported by local residents who were expelled from their homes.”
No source of information appears in the vignette. There are not even anonymous accounts, photos or any statements of witnesses to the alleged activity of Polish citizens. On the Mash website, the text is illustrated with a photo of Polish soldiers from a parade in Poland.
“Dozens of Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz”
“Dozens of Grzegorz Brzęczysczykiewicz appeared in northeastern Ukraine with units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The latter had the task of expelling their compatriots from their buildings and taking them to hell, preferably towards Europe,” – we read in the article.
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Residents of the border villages were talking about the bases that Kiev had prepared for the “Polish mercenaries”. Information about the Poles fighting in Ukraine appears regularly in the Russian media. They often relate to combat or alleged crimes. They have nothing to do with reality.
On February 27, the Russians reported that they had managed to destroy a Leopard tank with a “Polish-German mercenary crew”. They even showed a picture of the injured car. However, this was soon proven The photo was taken a few years ago in Syria.
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