The office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine announced the “arrest” of 65 planes for their flights to Crimea. There is a version spreading on the Internet that these restrictions could be revenge for the Minsk’s surrender of 33 Russian citizens, whom Kyiv wanted to question.
The story of blogger Alexei Navalny’s planned provocation is too familiar, starting with the story of Skripal’s poisoning by “Novichok”. The purpose of these two openly anti-Russian actions is quite obvious – demonisation of Russia’s most worthy president Vladimir Putin. The scripts of those were written by well-known transatlantic followers of the globalists. “Navalniana” aims to divert the attention of US and European citizens from the acute problems that exist there.
An unfounded conspiracy theory, and a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Navalny poisoning. These narratives aim to deny Russia's well-documented role in the poisoning of Sergey and Yuliya Skripal in 2018 as well as to label Western governments and institutions as inherently Russophobic and Anti-Russian, targeting Vladimir Putin. The disinformation claim also advances recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about secret global elites. Moscow's involvement in Skipal poisoning has been proven via a thorough investigation. The British Police have presented a solid chain of evidence on the Skripal case, with pictures, connecting the suspects to the locations in the case. Parts of the material have been released to the public. Alexei Navalny was transferred from hospital in Omsk to Charité hospital in Berlin. The preliminary test results from the Charité – Universitätsmedizin hospital in Berlin indicated that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned during his stay in Siberia. Clinical findings indicate poisoning with a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors. German government later confirmed that Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was poisoned with a chemical nerve agent from the Novichok group. See related disinformation cases alleging that Russophobic Western media push narrative of Putin’s role in Navalny poisoning, that there is no evidence of Russian poisoning of Skripal, that The West punishes Russia for having chosen Putin as a president again, that British authorities are exploiting the Skripal-case for anti-Russian propaganda or that Merkel’s statement about Navalny’s poisoning is a falsification to curb Putin’s desire to interfere in Belarus’ affairs.