Disinfo: OSCE in September repeated there is no evidence of Russian…

Summary

OSCE in September repeated there is no evidence of Russian troops and technique in Ukraine. NATO, Pentagon and the US State Department also say there is no evidence.

Disproof

In fact, OSCE Secretary General said in September: "According to our observers, there are no troops, but we see the presence of military equipment from outside. Also we see a large presence of equipment and fuel, it also came from somewhere. In addition, there are foreign officers." bit.ly/2eMsnOl, // NATO talked about Russian troops in Ukraine already in 2014: bbc.in/1EtoMtS, // The US also confirmed the Russian troops in Ukraine: bit.ly/2fIQ5jF, // President Putin himself confirmed the presence of Russian military units in the country in December 2015 bit.ly/1S1YCdq, and in October 2016 bit.ly/2exc9NR,

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  • Reported in: Issue 46
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 04/11/2016
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, Ukraine, US
  • Keywords: NATO, OSCE
  • Outlet: Mesto vstrechi @ NTV (1:02:05)
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A Czech Maidan can occur on 17 November

A Czech Maidan can occur on 17 November, when Czechs commemorate the student uprising against Nazi occupation in 1939 (and later the start of the Velvet Revolution in 1989). This year, this day will mark a choice between the Czech Republic becoming independent or a German colony. The “wrong” choice may result in a Czech Maidan, orchestrated by foreign powers.

Disproof

No evidence for this conspiracy theory given.