Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Activists have circulated videos on social media of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech being shut down on state television.
The talk was about Russian state television abruptly cutting off Putin, who was speaking at the crowded Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on the eve of the anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, and broadcasting patriotic songs. This naturally caused a technical glitch, when Putin finished his speech and left the stage. https://t.co/QuE7WntQjS
Activists quoted the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Pesco as saying that the cause of the crash was a technical glitch.
, Today, Russian television plays with all media sites and channels, minimizing broadcasts at the end of Putin’s speech, so agencies and accounts combine left-wing fiction with their well-established nonsense theory through conspiracy theories. The government cut off Putin’s speech, so all the celebration was repeated, and now they are organizing another lie
CNN sources say that Russian authorities have instructed Moscow schoolteachers and state university students to attend a celebration attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, marking the eighth anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
Putin abruptly cut short a speech in front of thousands of Russians at a stadium in Moscow and left, broadcasting patriotic songs on Russian television!
Sources who received a circular with these instructions sought the conduct of Russian authorities in a last-ditch effort to paint a picture that there is a united front in support of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Kremlin on the abrupt end of the broadcast of Putin’s show at the Crimean Spring concert in Luzhniki: a technical glitch https://t.co/mKRuYC7lHP
Many of those instructed said they had pressured CNN to move to Luzhniki Stadium in central Moscow, where Putin addressed the audience as his country entered its fourth week of invasion of Ukraine.
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