The Kyiv junta planned to start an offensive in Donbas on the eve of the Independence Day on 24 August. In particular, the plan was to conduct a number of terror acts and provocation killings of own commanders in order to put the blame on rebels.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel congratulated Ukraine on its independence day on Twitter using “a well-known slogan used by WWII Nazi collaborators” “Slava Ukraini!”.
The same disinformation was shared by www.newcoldwar.org/german-foreign-minister-slammed-over-nazi-era-ukrainian-nationalist-slogan-u-s-mulls-increasing-weapons-supply/, .
“Slava Ukraini” is not a Nazi slogan, it appeared before WWII and was used by different fighters for independence www.stopfake.org/en/fake-glory-to-ukraine-is-a-nazi-greeting/, . It became popular again in Ukraine after the 2013-2014 Maidan protests. www.stopfake.org/en/fake-glory-to-ukraine-is-a-nazi-greeting/, . Furthermore, anything Ukranian is described in pro-Kremlin outlets as Nazi. euvsdisinfo.eu/the-nazi-obsession-of-pro-kremlin-propagandists/,