British intelligence says Russia is fabricating versions of the war in Ukraine to confuse public understanding of the conflict, the DPA reported.

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Moscow has demonstrated "its readiness to use global food security as a tool for its own political ends, then presenting itself as a sensible player and blaming the West for any failures," the British Ministry of Defense said in a daily intelligence statement. evaluation.

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The ministry cited a case in which Russia called on Ukraine to clear the port of Odessa in the Black Sea a few days ago so that food ships could pass safely.

But Russia itself is blocking wheat exports from Ukrainian ports.

According to London, the case illustrates "a key principle of Russia's modern messaging strategy: presenting alternative versions of events, no matter how unconvincing, to make it harder for the audience to understand what's going on."

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the British Ministry of Defense has regularly published an intelligence assessment of the situation.

Moscow accuses London of conducting a targeted disinformation campaign.

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