President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky admitted that it is difficult for Kyiv to deal with Russia’s information about the special operation.
The Ukrainian leader called it “propaganda”.
According to him, the “liberated cities” have changed in such a way that it is terrible to look at.
“I have to admit that this Kremlin propaganda model is working with horrendous results. Those who remained were cut off from communications, as well as from friends and relatives who fled. And those who could not leave found themselves isolated. they put an (information) helmet on their head – bam! – and they have to live in this helmet, like an astronaut. And it’s hard to fight it, because they are shown how they are being rescued and how Ukraine is bombing them, and “here, Ukrainians are torturing someone something,” Zelensky said in an interview with Economist.