‘Ghost of Kiev’: Ukrainian Armed Forces pilot accused of shooting down Russian planes | The world

'Ghost of Kiev': Ukrainian Armed Forces pilot accused of shooting down Russian planes |  The world

Truth or just propaganda? A photo of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine published this Friday (11), rumored to be the “Ghost of Kiev”, the pilot who shot down more than six Russian planes. Network.

From the beginning Russian occupation Even in the official profiles of the Ukrainian government there is speculation in the territory of Ukraine whether or not there is a “Ghost of Kiev”. Users of social networks celebrated this character.

“Hello, Russian villain, I’m flying for your soul – Ghost of Kiev”, reads a message posted near the photo of the Ukrainian body pilot. Until the last update of this report, the post had over 7,000 shares.

At present, there is no clear evidence that the pilot exists, and it is assumed that it is merely a propaganda to motivate Ukrainians to resist the occupation.

The video for the movie ‘Ghost’ is fake

O Fact or Falsehood One of the videos alleged by the pilot turned out to be fake. Images circulating on the net, with captions quoting the character, showed a fighter shooting another in the air.

However, the footage in the viral video is from a flight simulation game Digital Combat Simulator (DCS). Game maker Eagle Dynamics has confirmed the news to Reuters.

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