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Russian radio stations play Putin’s fake message after hacking

Kremlin officials said Monday that several Russian radio broadcasters were hacked and played a fake speech by President Vladimir Putin speech announcing an invasion from Kyiv’s troops and emergency measures in three regions bordering Ukraine, reported AFP.

The incident of hacking came after several reported incursion attempts and intense shelling in southwestern Belgorod, and, as Ukraine says, it is preparing a long-expected counteroffensive.

The fake message by Putin which is still circulating on social media said that “Ukrainian troops armed to the teeth by Nato and with Washington’s consent and support have invaded the Kursk, Belgorod and Bryansk territories.”

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