German government warns Russian speakers of Kremlin disinformation
09 April 2022 | 5:39 pm
Leaders are asking Russian speakers in Germany not to heed "the cynical and trivializing disinformation campagin led by Russian state media." The statement came a day after a pro-Russian rally in Berlin.
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