The Russian aggressors’ propaganda, based on the peninsula, continues the attempts of Crimean collaborators to form a “picture” of fake “aid” to the Russia-occupied areas of the South of Ukraine.

In particular, on March 19, the occupiers distributed a video about an attempt to distribute “oranges, brought from the Crimea” in occupied Kherson.

At the same time, the occupiers blocked a convoy of real humanitarian aid, which was going to the Kherson Region from Kropyvnytskyi and was carrying medicines and foodstuffs.

At the same time, the Russian invaders continue to profit from the collection of “humanitarian aid for Ukraine” from business and the population in Crimea.

Crimean residents have noticed that a number of “contact persons”, whose phones Russian propagandists are distributing on the peninsula to “collect aid”, until 2022 were noted as collectors, realtors-swindlers or “directors” of fictitious companies through which collaborators laundered “budget funds” in “public procurements”.

Also after the capture of the aggressor Berdyansk and the outskirts of Mariupol a cluster of stolen cars was found at the entrance to the Crimea, robbed from residents of Zaporizhia and Donetsk regions.

The occupiers’ propaganda describes these clusters of “trophies”, stolen or taken from murdered Ukrainian families as an alleged “flow of refugees from Ukraine to the Crimea”.