Russia to UN: Ukraine prepares for staged discovery of mass grave near Kiev
Russia's deputy envoy cites worrying reports of staged provocations that will take place with the help of British film directors in order to blame Russia's armed forces.
Dmitry Polyanskiy, Russia's Deputy Envoy to the UN, stated that Moscow has informed the UN that several provocations are being planned in Ukraine, including the staging of a mass grave in Rakovka, near Kiev, to frame Russia.
"Just over the past few days we have transmitted to the UN information on the following provocations that are being prepared," Polyanskiy said. "A staged discovery of mass graves in the town of Rakovka near Kiev."
Furthermore, he went on to say that western journalists have arrived in Kreminna ahead of a false flag attack by Ukrainian forces intended to accuse Russian troops of shelling ambulances carrying patients.
"In the town of Bilohorivka a chlorine reserve has been mined on the territory of a water canal. The plan is to blow it up when units of the national militia of the Luhansk People’s army approach," he continued.
"In the town of Irpin, in the Kiev region, a provocation using the same script as in Bucha .... is being prepared. Members of the Ukrainian security forces intend to transport bodies from the morgue of the local hospital and put them in the basement in the suburb of the town. Then, the Ukrainian forces will organize a staged event of the shooting and elimination of the supposed special operation group from Russia that came from Irpin to kill witnesses of 'Russian war crimes.''
“We expect the circulation of videos of the staged events by western media," he added.
According to the deputy envoy, the alleged atrocities are being staged with the help of British film directors to blame Russia's armed forces.