StopFake #262 with Marko Suprun: Russia invaded Ukraine

Editor’s Note: The Kyiv Post publishes the English-language videos from, a non-governmental organization that debunks myths and fake news about Ukraine. StopFake began its work after the EuroMaidan Revolution that ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, triggering Russia’s war in Ukraine. The project was launched by alumni and students of Kyiv-based Mohyla School of Journalism and the Digital Future of Journalism.

The Joint Investigation Team has evidence that shows the Russian government agencies were directing the invasion of Ukraine.

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  • Nothing will change, until the jellyfish ban all Russian media in the West. No doubt the whining about freedom of speech will emanate from the Kremlin, but the West should just tell Muscovy, you can have the same freedom of speech that Russians have.

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    • I’ve heard that “alternate view” from RTrolls often. It might seem noble to some people but in reality it is presenting alternative facts when facts are facts. Everything emanating from Muskovy is pollution or another form of poison. I wish the media would warn their audiences about this poison when they present it instead of presenting it as some legitimate point of view when it’s not.

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  • More than 60,000 houses have been devastated during military operations in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, human rights activist, Member of Parliament of the 6th convocation (from the Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko) Elina Shyshkina has said.

    “The calculations over six years have been mentioned, and they are really stunning. Around 60,000 houses on both sides of the contact line. Some 20,000 of them in the territory controlled by Ukraine,” Shyshkina said during an expert discussion on transitional justice in the context of de-occupation of Donbas and Crimea on November 26.

    She added that Donetsk and Luhansk civil and military administrations keep a record of houses devastated during the war.

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  • Losses of Russian occupation forces in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas throughout November amounted to 107, as reported by the Joint Forces Operation HQ. “According to the intelligence data obtained by the Joint Forces, in November 2019, the losses of the Russian armed formations amounted to 107. Forty-one occupiers were eliminated, and another 66 were wounded,” the report said. Read also Donbas war update: Enemy forces engage Ukrainian troops with proscribed mortars The headquarters emphasized that Ukrainian forces returned fire amid threat to life and health of Ukrainian military, enemy attempts to gain ground, or sabotage and reconnaissance groups penetrating Ukraine defenses.

    Read more on UNIAN:

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