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We regret to inform you that the viral tweet of the 'Japanese ambassador to Ukraine' allegedly staying in Kyiv with his samurai sword and armor is fake news

This tweet is going mega-viral with over 28,000 likes and counting but he is NOT the Japanese ambassador to Ukraine and he’s not in Kyiv but other than that, well done:


The man in the photo is actually Sergiy Korsunsky, Ukraine’s ambassador to Japan and this photo was taken in Tokyo:

Yep. That should be deleted immediately:

Here’s the original FWIW:







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