Pro-Kremlin disinformation about Russia's unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine.
The claims about Syrian and Libyan terrorists being spotted in Ukraine are based on false evidence.
The first photo that is supposed to show Syrian and Libyan terrorists being arrested was, in fact, taken in 2021 and not in Ukraine. It features the arrest of members of a criminal group on charges of money extortion by Poland’s Central Investigation Bureau of Police. Another photo presented as evidence has been altered with the use of editing software to falsely showcase an alleged Ukrainian passport being handed over to the terrorists. Read the full debunk of the story at Myth Detector.
Pro-Kremlin media has long been claiming that some of the Western weapons supplied to Ukraine are being sold in other countries, including the Middle East, or end up on the black market. However, no evidence has been provided to support these allegations.
See EU vs Disinfo's Guide to Deciphering Pro-Kremlin disinformation around Putin's War.