Are Ukrainians Spending Western Money On Parties?!

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Are the Ukrainians are wasting money donated by Western countries on parties in Kyiv?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : Viral Videos Show 2023 Ukrainian Nightclub Parties!

People are sharing a series of viral videos posted by RadioGenova, which claim to show Ukrainian nightclub parties, as evidence that Ukrainians are wasting money donated by Western countries on parties in Kyiv!

Meanwhile in Kiev nightclubs… Please donate more money!

Kiev 2023, Boho Yosai and Infinitum nightclubs. Please donate more money. The party must go on!

Infinitum nightclub in Kiev now. Please donate more money. The party must go on!

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Truth : Viral Videos Do Not Show 2023 Ukrainian Nightclub Parties!

This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created by pro-Russia activists to diminish support for Ukraine’s fight against Russia, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Videos Were Originally Posted In TikTok

There is no evidence that the viral videos were recorded by RadioGenova.

They were originally posted by a TikTok account called kievnight (@Kiev_night), and reposted (stolen? misappropriated?) by RadioGenova on its Twitter account.

Fact #2 : The Videos Were Recorded In 2021

RadioGenova falsely claimed that the videos were just recorded in 2023.

The TikTok account that posted the original videos, kievnight, stated that they were recorded in 2021 – before Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022.

Other videos clearly stated that it was recorded in 2021. For example, this kievnight posted this video on 2 September 2022, but was really recorded on 24 August, 2021 (24 серпня 2021 року).

kievnight also posted this TikTok video showing scenes from Kiev, before and after the Russian invasion.

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#kiev 💔

♬ orijinal ses – Kiev_night

Fact #3 : Ukraine Still Has A Curfew

Although parts of Ukraine far from the frontlines are reopening, Ukraine still has a curfew which is stricter closer to the fighting, and more relaxed further away. In the Donetsk region, for example, curfew begins at 9 PM.

In the early days of the war, Kyiv had an early 5 PM curfew, with several nationwide lockdowns that lasted 3 days. But that was gradually loosened as the war improved in Ukraine’s favour.

Restaurants, clubs and bars were allowed to reopen, but had their closing times limited to between 8 PM and 9:30 PM. In March 2023, that was extended to 11 PM, which meant last orders would be around 10 PM, with a closing time of about 10:30 PM.

Night life may be returning in Ukraine, but that does not mean people are partying in the wee hours of the morning.

Fact #4 : Western Funds Are Not Going Into Nightclubs

Russian propaganda has traditionally been crude, and it’s no different from this one. Only simpletons would believe the spiel that these nightclubs and parties are being funded by Western countries.

These Ukrainian nightclubs and parties are private affairs, and have nothing to do with donations and funding provided by Western countries to aid in Ukraine’s defence against the Russian invasion.

The bulk of Western contributions to Ukraine are coming in the form of military hardware – guns, missiles, rockets, tanks, helicopters, and even fighter jets. None of which would be helpful in getting any party going.

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Fact #5 : This Is Just Fake News About Ukraine War

This is just another example of fake news created about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Here are other examples you may have seen on social media:

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