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Fake "DNR" police promises to "protect people of Donbass" from fake plan of fake "deportation" 11/22/2019 15:20:27. Total views 271. Views today — 1.

Occupation police of the "DNR" promises to "protect the people of Donbass" from the really non-existent threat of deportation to central and western Ukraine. This is stated in the report of the "Ministry of Internal Affairs of the DNR".

The fake department reported that it had "collected information about the Ukrainian plan for the "reintegration" of Donbass, an integral part of which is deportation of the region's population.

At the same time, the occupation "MIA" admits that all the "information" they have collected is limited to anonymous reports in the little-known Telegram channel. The occupiers do not give any other evidence, allegedly, of the existence of such a plan of "reintegration".

However, the lack of information and its overtly provocative nature did not prevent the fake police from "getting acquainted with the draft state security strategy for the "reintegration of Donbass developed by the NSDC of Ukraine".

The "DNR MIA" solemnly promised that the execution of this, allegedly, plan "on the territory of the "republic" will not be allowed under any circumstances".

"We ask the residents… to keep calm, the MIA employees, together with other special services of the Republic, will never allow even the theoretical fulfillment of such fantasies of the Ukrainian authorities", - deputy head of the center for public relations of the "DNR MIA" Alexander Boyko commented on the fantasies of pro-Russian propagandists.

As OstroV reported, a certain "new plan" for the restoration of Ukrainian power in CADLO was posted in the anonymous segment of the Internet. Allegedly, secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov presented a program of clearance and total Ukrainization of the currently occupied territories and suppression of the "Russian spirit" of their residents to the head of the president's office, the SBU head and the country's prime minister. Separatist propagandists attributed to the former governor of the Luhansk oblast the assertion that the majority of the Donbass residents are not pro-Ukrainian, therefore, they should be held administratively and criminally liable, deported to the central and western oblasts of Ukraine or expelled to Russia for the purposes of rehabilitation. Separatist media began to actively spread this fake.

Leaders of the "DNR/LNR" Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik have joined the replication of unverified and overtly provocative information.