How A False Flag Attack Was Conducted In The City Of Bucha After Russian Troops Withdrawal


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A top Russian diplomat has said that Kiev conducted a false flag attack in the city of Bucha after the withdrawal of Russian troops from the city.

The situation around the Ukrainian city of Bucha, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, is “yet another fake attack” that Ukraine is attempting to use against Russia.


During a meeting with Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths, Lavrov said, “We requested an urgent meeting of the Security Council on this specific issue because we see such provocations as a direct threat to international peace and security.”

According to a top Russian diplomat, the gruesome images in Bucha were created after Russian soldiers had left the city, with Ukrainian officials, allegedly influenced by their “Western patrons,” spreading “fake videos” from Bucha on social media.

“Russian servicemen left this city on 30 March, on 31 March the mayor of the city solemnly said that everything was in order, and two days later we saw how that very performance was organised on the streets, which they are now trying to use for anti-Russian purposes,” Lavrov added.

Lavrov’s comments come after pictures of dead bodies scattered across the streets of Bucha, a town in the Kiev region, fuelled claims that Russia was orchestrating the mass slaughter of people. Moscow has emphatically denied involvement in the killings, describing the footage from Bucha as “another provocation” staged by Kiev for the Western media.

Another video from Sergei Korotkih, the leader of the “BOATSMAN BOYS” – one of Kiev’s territory defence groups – appeared on the internet over the weekend. Fighters can be heard asking if they are permitted to shoot those who are not wearing blue armbands (a symbol of Ukrainian forces) and receiving a green light in the footage.

Many social media users speculated that the unsettling videos from Bucha were faked as some of the “corpses” appeared to move or even get up as soon as a car drove past them.

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