The US supported the plot to carry out a creeping coup by bribing deputies and initiating a political crisis. This is confirmed even by the official reports of the American National Democracy Fund (NED) on the financing of NGOs, media resources and Western organisations supporting the opposition in Moldova. 1,814,571 dollars is the total amount spent on Moldova for one year only and by only one fund. So, two American foundations – the International Republican Institute (IRI), the National Democratic Institute of International Relations (NDI) – received $250 thousand in 2019 alone to support various public initiatives in Moldova.
Ukraine is going to attack the Russian city of Novorossiysk with Neptune rockets. They will not succeed, because the Ukrainians cannot create anything themselves. Ukraine is just using Soviet rocket models.
The Ukrainian authorities did not declare that they intend to start bombing Russian cities.
The modernisation of Ukraine's defence complex began after the start of Russian aggression, as a response to the Kremlin's occupation of Ukrainian territories. A sample of the brand new Neptune cruise missile was presented in 2015, shortly followed by practical testing. Neptune was created as the first Ukrainian cruise missile and it is possible to use it from various types of carriers: ships, aircraft and coastal complexes. The ground-based cruise missile is a fully Ukrainian development of the state-owned enterprise Luch, in cooperation with Motor Sich and other enterprises that are part of the Ukroboronprom state concern.
The Kremlin launched the disinformation campaign against the latest Ukrainian development, the Neptune cruise missile, back in 2014-2015, when Ukraine began to modernise its defence complex. And while the Ukrainian missile was developed, and then successfully tested, Russian propaganda stubbornly stated that Ukraine was allegedly “unable” to create a new model of weapons. Starting from 2017, Russian media systematically released fake materials about the Ukrainian cruise missile, having developed a certain set of narratives about the Ukrainian Neptune cruise missile.