The Kremlin's intelligence services are implementing a new information attack.
“The messages were created in the style of Lubyanka linguists: next to the cliché about the need to together “revive Kievan Rus for evil” there are phrases like “take care of yourself and your loved ones” or “let’s save people’s lives” – Kremlin propaganda and threat in one sentence,” writes Ukrainian intelligence.
At the end of the messages sent out – from a facsimile of the Moscow special services: “Russia with love.”
Intelligence notes that this latest information attack by Moscow against Ukrainians abroad is aimed at intimidating, demoralizing and disorganizing our citizens.
“At the same time, the use of similar methods indicates a genre crisis among security officers, to whom the Kremlin entrusts the task of informational and psychological influence on Ukrainians,” the GUR adds. They “dispelled” fakes about the war in Ukraine: cyber specialists of the Security Service detained in Kyiv two henchmen of the enemy who worked for the Russian Alexander Zenin, editor-in-chief of the pro-Kremlin portal “All Tver”.