The United States, and the West in general, thanks to their media domination, are trying to impose on the world an idea that what is happening is Russian aggression against Ukraine. Russia did absolutely nothing in Ukraine, but the hysteria in the Western press was effectively equal to Russiagate, the source of which, as we later learned, was a paid report by Hillary Clinton, based on false information from a former British intelligence officer, Christopher Steele.
Some Russian forces were pulled back from the Ukrainian border after their exercises ended, so the day marks the complete failure of the West's war propaganda, as Moscow is not launching an attack against Ukraine.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative accusing the West of trying to provoke war with Russia.
Since late October 2021, Russia has conducted a military-build up along the Ukrainian border, including the deployment of as much as 190,000 troops, as well as of certain specialised military units, electronic warfare systems and heavy-armoured vehicles. Despite Russian denials, this has been proven by satellite images and intelligence of the US, Ukraine and NATO, among other countries and institutions. The European Union has stated that it will be standing firmly and decisively with Ukraine in front of any attempt to undermine its territorial integrity and sovereignty.
After Russia's alleged troop movements away from the Ukrainian border in the middle of February 2022, Western authorities noted that the claims of withdrawal had been false. Russia, in fact, has added 7,000 troops to its forces near the border.
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