Russia is targeting Ukraine’s communications infrastructure

Russia targets Ukraine’s communications infrastructure according to reports

Russia is targeting Ukraine’s communications Infrastructure according to reports

Several news outlets are reporting that Russia is targeting Ukraine’s communications infrastructure so that Ukrainians can’t have access to news.

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A latest report by Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom also says the Russian government is “probably targeting Ukraine’s communications infrastructure in order to reduce Ukrainian citizens’s access to news and information”.

Russia brought out a new law which it calls “fake news” law, which the country will be able to give a 15year jail term to people who propagate fake news.

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UK’s Ministry of Defence posted on twitter

“Russia is probably targeting Ukraine’s communications infrastructure in order to reduce Ukrainian citizens’ access to reliable news and information. Ukrainian Internet access is also highly likely being disrupted as a result of collateral damage from Russian strikes on infrastructure”

The statement also said “Russia reportedly struck a TV tower in Kharkiv yesterday, suspending broadcasting output. This follows a similar strike on a TV tower in Kyiv on 01 March 2022”

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