This was announced by the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov.
“Yes, it was a hack indeed. We know about it. Now the broadcasters are being urgently informed about this, but control has already been restored,” he said (cited by RIA Novosti).
Earlier, a video from a hacked radio station in the Voronezh region began to spread in Telegram channels. In particular, at this “appeal”, the head of state announced the introduction of martial law in the Kursk, Bryansk and Belgorod regions, as well as plans to introduce general mobilization.
In turn, the operational headquarters of the Belgorod region denied this information, calling it the purpose of spreading panic among the civilian population.
The Kremlin has repeatedly said that they are not discussing the second wave of mobilization. In particular, on March 14, Peskov said that there was no talk in the Kremlin on this topic. On April 21, he confirmed this again, commenting on reports that students in Moscow universities began to issue subpoenas.