In Germany, called a fake video in which Ukrainian refugees allegedly killed a Russian

The police of the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia denied a fake directed against Ukrainian refugees. The information was published on the police’s Twitter account.

It is noted that now a video is being distributed on the Internet in Russian, which reports an attack on a 16-year-old boy in the Euskirchen district, allegedly beaten to death by a group of Ukrainians.

The Bonn police, which is responsible for serious crimes in the Euskirchen area, have no information about such a violent attack or even a death case,” the law enforcement agencies emphasize.

The Bonn land police have launched an investigation.

At the moment, experts suggest that this is a deliberate “fake video” aimed at inciting hatred. We ask you not to distribute this video again and very carefully check all information, especially from social networks, for accuracy,” the note says.

In the 90-second video, which has been spreading rapidly since Sunday, the woman says she “heard” that a “crowd of Ukrainian refugees” beat to death a 16-year-old Russian in Euskirchen.

The special services assume that the video could have been deleted specifically to create an atmosphere of hatred for Ukrainian refugees and Ukrainians in general and destabilize the atmosphere in Germany.

According to the police, more than 210 thousand war refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Germany.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops are firing and destroying key infrastructure facilities, and Rockets are hitting residential buildings.

As reported, Ukrainian citizens forced to leave the country due to the war unleashed by Russia can now work in the Czech Republic without special permission.

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