The Kyiv regime is preparing a provocation to disrupt the UN initiative to resume the transit of ammonia through the Tolyatti-Odesa pipeline. This will include a deliberate detonation of the ammonia storage tanks at the Odesa Port. The Ukrainian authorities will blame these explosions on Russian “missile strikes”. This provocation will be planned and carried out under the supervision of the British intelligence services based in Odesa. The contractors of the Canadian company GardaWorld are also involved in the provocation - this company is responsible for the protection of the port infrastructure in Odesa.
A combined task force of officers and fighters of the Polish Special Forces in Ukrainian uniforms under the NATO command had arrived in the town of Marhanec in the Dnipropetrovsk region to identify the town's pro-Russian residents. This unit is not under the Ukrainian military command, but under the operational control of the NATO headquarters.
Pro-Kremlin disinformation claim about the war in Ukraine and an alleged presence of NATO forces in the territory of Ukraine. There is no evidence presented in the article to support these claims. This is part of a broader effort by pro-Kremlin outlets to frame Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine as a war against NATO and the West.
Although NATO member states are providing Ukraine with military assistance to repel the unprovoked Russian aggression, but they are not involved in direct fighting. Ukraine receives weapons with the sole aim of restoring its territorial integrity within its internationally recognised borders. Western instructors are teaching Ukrainian soldiers how to use modern weaponry, but there are no NATO troops fighting on the front. NATO condemns in the strongest possible terms Russia's war on Ukraine. NATO as an organisation is not involved in fighting in Ukraine. In fact, Western actions adopted against Russia, such as sanctions or diplomatic measures, are a reaction to these actions including the illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula, the long-term destabilisation of Ukraine or the unprovoked and unjustified invasion of this peaceful country.
See the EU's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine here along with EU vs Disinfo's Guide to Deciphering Pro-Kremlin disinformation around Putin's War.
See other examples of similar disinformation messages, such as claims that the West fights Russia through psy-ops like Bucha and the Mariupol maternity hospital, that the US needs war between Russia and Ukraine to weaken Russia, that Moscow called for peaceful coexistence but Russia is depicted as a global threat, Russia is under US and NATO attack, or that the West has an anti-Russian plan named “Anaconda ring”.