A German publication refuted the lies of Russian propaganda about "Budanov's coma"
The German magazine Stern, which was used as a reference by Russian media to create another "sensation" about the serious wounding of Kyrylo Budanov, the head of Ukraine's State Security Service, denied that they had written anything of the kind. Western journalists have caught their pseudo-colleagues in a new batch of fakes, manipulation and outright lies.
This is reported by Deutsche Welle, citing the editorial board of Stern. Russian Telegram channels, including the odious Vladimir Solovyov, have widely circulated information that Budanov is allegedly in a coma after being wounded by Russian troops.
"Stern did not publish anything of the kind, so all references to our publication are nothing but a fake and a false interpretation by Russian propagandists. The last news item in our magazine about the head of Ukrainian intelligence was dated February 28 this year, in which Budanov discusses China's arms supplies to Russia," DW journalists quoted our colleagues as saying.
Meanwhile, the magazine notes, disinformation about Budanov's "serious wounding" has already appeared in other languages. Stern says that the website of the fake Italian news agency Nova News, which is obviously used by Russia to spread its own propaganda, published an article on this topic in English, Spanish, Italian, German, Serbian, French, and Croatian.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL reported that the dictator Putin is so worried about the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian army, Valery Zaluzhny, that every time he comes up with new versions about his whereabouts. According to the Russian dictator, the Ukrainian "iron" general is now "somewhere abroad."
"And where is he, Zaluzhny... I know. I think I know. You'll have to ask him. But you have to switch to a foreign language for that. It seems to me that he is abroad. But I could be wrong," the modern Führer reasoned.