Donbas militants wrote fake letter to Hug and "complained" about Ukrainian Forces

Source : 112 Ukraine

The letter was sent allegedly from the residents of Hladosovo
19:06, 2 December 2017

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The ORDO militants fabricated a fake letter from residents of Hladosovo to the first deputy chairman of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, Alexander Hug, in which they "complained" about the actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This is reported by the Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Monitoring and Coordination, the press center of the Donbas conflict informs.

"The ORDO media released information that the residents of the village of Hladosovo had sent an open letter to the first deputy chairman of the OSCE SMM in Ukraine, Alexander Hug. In their appeal, the" villagers "urged the OSCE representative to record the" fact "of the illegal seizure of territory and actions of Ukrainian servicemen who allegedly arrested and took to an unknown destination a part of civilian population, "the report said.

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As the result of the poll showed, the senders mentioned in the letter never lived in this village, and the signatures were made "by one hand".

"The actions of the ORDO leadership in fabricating such" fake "information messages demonstrate a conscious failure to comply with the Minsk agreements, attempts to shift responsibility for the aggravation of the situation on the Ukrainian Armed Forces and  interest in further aggravating the conflict," the Joint Center for Monitoring and Coordination concluded.

Earlier Russian-occupation forces created a fake account of the Anti-Terrorist Operation HQ spokesman Vasyl Labay in Facebook social network and spread false information about the course of the war. This was reported by Ukraine’s Army HQ press center in Facebook.

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