US News: Ukraine-Zelensky denies being sick, accuses Russian hackers of broadcasting false news

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Ukraine-crise/Zelensky-Santé (photo): Ukraine-Zelensky denies being sick, accuses Russian hackers of distributing false new

kyiv, 21 July (Reuters) - President Volodimir Zelensky posted a video on Instagram on Thursday to reassure the Ukrainians on his state of health after the dissemination of what he described as false news by Russian "hackers".

A Ukrainian media agency said IT pirates had disseminated a false newsletter relating to the health of Volodimir Zelensky, 44, on one of his radio stations following a cyber attack.

"Today, Russia has launched other false news that the state (Ukrainian) is not controlled by President Zelensky, because it is in the hospital, or rather in intensive care due to A serious health problem ', "said Zelensky.

"So, I'm here in my office, and I never felt as well as now," he said, sitting at his office and wearing a khaki t-shirt. "And the bad news for those hiding behind such falsifications is that I am not alone. We are 40 million (Ukrainians)."

In an apparent allusion to Putin's age, he said: "And with all the respect due to old age, 44 is not (almost) 70." (Nataia Zinets report, French version Augustin Turpin, edited by Sophie Louet)

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