The mayor of Lviv noted that there is no need to leave the city.
Andrey Sadovy dispelled the Russian fake about Lviv / photo from UNIAN
Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyy urges residents not to succumb to Russian provocations and not to leave the city.
He wrote about this on his Facebook page about news from the Russian Federation that supposedly on May 8, the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, the “Kyiv regime” plans to carry out provocations in the western regions of the country, and will blame Russia for this.
“Never trust Moscow news, messages and telegram channels. Let’s agree that they don’t exist for us,” Sadovyi emphasized.
“There is no need to go anywhere from the city. Don’t waste fuel. Better take care of shelter in case of an alarm,” he added.
It is worth noting that Russia has repeatedly spread false information about Ukraine, the states have been in a state of information war since 2014.
One of the most famous fakes of the Russian Federation about Ukraine is about the “crucified boy”.
Recall that Russian troops invaded Ukraine early in the morning on February 24.
At first, the enemy dropped bombs on military installations, and then attacked peaceful ones in a number of settlements. In particular, there were shellings of Lvov, people were killed.
Ukrainian intelligence warned that on May 8 and 9, the enemy could carry out provocations.