Mariia Berlinska, Director of the Aerial Reconnaissance Support Centre, has explained that the hate she faced after a tragedy in Chernihiv was the work of offended bloggers and a Russian psyop.
Source: Mariia Berlinska, a veteran of the Russian-Ukrainian war who runs Victory Drones, a volunteer project at the Dignitas charitable foundation, and is the director of the Aerial Reconnaissance Support Centre, in an interview with Ukrainska Pravda
Quote: "Firstly, the Russians were heavily involved with their psyops to split society (the Security Service of Ukraine told us that right away).
Secondly, several well-known Ukrainian bloggers were involved. In particular, Oleksii Arestovych and Yevhen Karas. I have long-standing personal, so to speak, scores to settle with both of them."
Details: Berlinska said she had two options after the events in Chernihiv: the first was to come out and name the real organisers of the event, which "would have made the enemy very happy". The second was to give testimony to the Security Service of Ukraine. She chose the latter.
Background: On 19 August, the Russians launched a missile attack on the Chernihiv Music and Drama Theatre, where a gathering of drone manufacturers and aerial reconnaissance training schools was being held as part of a Liuti Ptashky (Furious Birds) demo day, although only the event’s participants knew the exact location.