Russian propaganda spreading 'fake news' about U.S. weapons deliveries to Ukraine
The General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces has called information about the alleged supply to Ukraine of a large batch of lethal weapons and ammunition from the United States "fake news."
"This information is untrue. It is just another lie of Russia's propaganda machine," Bohdan Senyk, who heads the public office of the General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces, told the Kyiv-based Interfax-Ukraine news agency on Wednesday, October 3.
Interfax (interfax.ru), citing sources, earlier reported that on August 30, about 3,500 small arms, more than 3,100 mines, about two million ammunition rounds, 34,000 detonation devices, 52,000 missiles and 5.38 million blank cartridges were imported into Ukraine via the Krakivets border crossing.