Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi recorded a short video message in response to Russian fakes about his alleged "death" or "injury".

The video was published by an officer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, blogger Anatoly Shtefan "Stirlitz". It was recorded in Zaluzhny's office.

"I sincerely thank all Ukrainians. Together we will definitely win," the commander-in-chief assured.

Thus, Zaluzhnyi dispelled false rumors spread by Russian propagandists that he was allegedly incapacitated after being wounded.

Russian propaganda media wrote that allegedly the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny "received a head injury and shrapnel wounds as a result of a Russian missile strike on a command post near Kherson in early May."

It should be noted that this is not the first time Russian propagandists have reported on the alleged "death" of Ukrainian military leaders. In early May, she spread fake news on the Web about the alleged death of the commander of the Ground Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Oleksandr Syrsky and other military commanders. The Ministry of Defense denied the fakes of the Russian Federation.

Also, the head of PMC "Wagner" Yevgeny Prigozhin stated that his militants near Bakhmut allegedly destroyed an armored car in which the commander of the Territorial Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Major General Igor Tantsiura, was.

However, the Command of the Territorial Defense Forces denied the statement of the leader of the Wagnerites.

Subsequently, the TRO confirmed that the occupiers really tried to kill Tantsiura during his trip to Bakhmut. Fortunately, General Tantsiura is alive and unharmed.

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