The official representatives of Ukraine and NATO are constantly using anti-Russian rhetoric and misrepresenting Russia as a threat to Ukraine. Kyiv and the West accuse Russia of direct involvement in the war in Ukraine without presenting any evidence. After the coup in Ukraine in 2014, the new Ukrainian government has hypocritically claimed it does not want a war with Russia, while simultaneously pursuing membership in NATO.
The West is pushing Ukraine to begin a war against Russia. NATO is showing support to Kyiv and deploying more and more units near the border with Russia. It means that the regime in Ukraine could go on a military venture.
This narrative is presenting Ukraine as a puppet of the Western powers.
Ukraine, as well as NATO, is not planning a war against Russia. It is Moscow who is responsible for the ongoing situation providing military backing to the seperatists in the Donbas region. This disinformation is used to distract attention from a renewed build-up of Russian armed forces along the Ukrainian borders which have left additional significant Russian heavy armament and equipment in Ukraine's proximity.
The war in Ukraine is a well-documented act of aggression by Russian armed forces, ongoing since February 2014. There is irrefutable evidence of direct Russian military involvement in Eastern Ukraine, in the Donbas. Russia is supporting its proxies with weapons, its active-duty soldiers serve there and its top military commanders visit the war zone to coordinate joint efforts with the separatists. Despite all this Russia officially denies its military presence in Donbas.
See similar examples of disinformation about war in Ukraine: NATO arm’s deliveries nudge Ukraine towards a military solution in Donbas; The US desperately needs a “little war” with Russia; Pushes Ukraine toward escalation; Ukraine is looking for the war, as the Government needs a controlled conflict.