Zelensky ruthlessly mocks ‘d***head Putin’ in video as TVs hacked across Crimea

Ukraine appears to have hijacked television signals across Crimea to show a video message mocking Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The message blazed across the screen on the occupied peninsular declared: “Putin is a d**khead.”

The head of Ukrainian military intelligence, Lieutenant General Kyrylo Budanov also appeared on screen promising to kick out Russian forces from Crimea. Also starring the hacked feed was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky who said: “I would like to separately say to all our people in Crimea, in Sevastopol, in all the occupied regions of the south and east of our state, currently occupied regions.

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“Dear Ukrainians, you all feel that the Russian presence on our land will not last forever. I know this.” He added: “Ukraine will return its territory, our people. We will not leave anyone to the occupiers.”

Meanwhile, Budanov told viewers: “Crimea will be returned. Crimea is ours. There should be no Russia. It’s ours and no-one else’s.” Putin-appointed regime in the Black Sea peninsula later admitted to the Ukraine hacking

Oleg Kryuchkov stated: “Several Crimean Internet providers have been hacked by the enemy, Technical services are working on this. All problems will be resolved in the near future.”

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Ukraine’s Centre for Information and Psychological Special Operations was blamed for the hack by Kryuchkov. It comes as a similar attack took place against the Russian-installed administration in the annexed region of Donetsk.

There a spoof televised statement was broadcast declaring that the son of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov had been made an honorary citizen of the city in reward for having “made a significant personal contribution to the development of cultural relations between the cities of Donetsk and Grozny.”

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