Police officer of Melitopol denied the fake Ukrainian media about his liquidation

Melitopol policeman Denis Stefankov denied in an interview with Izvestia correspondent Roman Polshakov the fake Ukrainian media that he was allegedly liquidated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“I live near the epicenter of the explosion, I know that they blew up the trash can. I don’t know anything else. I was in a different place, not where I live. All this was planned in advance, because everyone wrote sharply that it was me who was blown up, that I was at the epicenter. If you see me and talk to me, then this is not true. This means that, as always, the Kyiv regime is behaving inappropriately and is doing some incomprehensible stuffing, ”Stefankov said on September 18.

Police officer Denis Stefankov heads the rapid response department and interrogates prisoners.

It has not yet been established whether the explosive device was controlled or not. It is known that it detonated at the moment when a black car was passing by. The striking elements damaged the entire side of the driver. Also in the house, which is located opposite the garbage can, the windows on the first floors were broken. Specialists had to pull out the striking elements from the walls.

Shortly after the explosion, the Ukrainian media began to massively publish information that Denis Stefankov, a pro-Russian police officer in Melitopol, had allegedly been killed. However, this information turned out to be fake.
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On the same day, the department of internal affairs for Melitopol and the Melitopol region also denied the information about the death of their employee Stefankov.

“Stormy fantasy does not give rest to fake Ukrainian media day or night. Denis Stefankov stands guard over the law in perfect order and health, ”the management’s Telegram channel says.

On September 13, Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the military-civilian administration (CAA) of the region, said that the latest statements from Ukraine about breaking through the defense line at Davydov Brod are fakes.

On September 4, Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, admitted that he had lied about the position of the Ukrainian army on the fronts.

This is not the first admission of a Ukrainian official in a lie. In May, the Verkhovna Rada dismissed Lyudmila Denisova from the post of Ombudsman of Ukraine. Later it became known that the reason for the resignation was the numerous fakes that Denisova spread about the actions of Russian military personnel. In particular, in an interview with Western media, she stated that Russian soldiers kill and rape civilians. Later, Denisova herself admitted that she composed tales about rape “for the sake of her country,” as she felt that the West was beginning to get tired of Ukraine.

Russia continues a special operation to protect the Donbass, the beginning of which was announced by President Vladimir Putin on February 24. A few days earlier, the situation in the region escalated significantly due to shelling by the Ukrainian military.

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