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After the change in government of Ukrainechange in government of Ukraine, Russia said that they had not sent troops into Crimea. This statement ended up being falseThis statement ended up being false, and Russia seized and annexed the region.

Recently Russia said that they are not providing military aid/training or motivation to the groups that have seized parts of eastern Ukraine.

Is anyone more or less likely to believe them now? And does will a lack of trust matter?

After the change in government of Ukraine, Russia said that they had not sent troops into Crimea. This statement ended up being false, and Russia seized and annexed the region.

Recently Russia said that they are not providing military aid/training or motivation to the groups that have seized parts of eastern Ukraine.

Is anyone more or less likely to believe them now? And does will a lack of trust matter?

After the change in government of Ukraine, Russia said that they had not sent troops into Crimea. This statement ended up being false, and Russia seized and annexed the region.

Recently Russia said that they are not providing military aid/training or motivation to the groups that have seized parts of eastern Ukraine.

Is anyone more or less likely to believe them now? And does will a lack of trust matter?

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Has Russia damaged its reputation by lying?

After the change in government of Ukraine, Russia said that they had not sent troops into Crimea. This statement ended up being false, and Russia seized and annexed the region.

Recently Russia said that they are not providing military aid/training or motivation to the groups that have seized parts of eastern Ukraine.

Is anyone more or less likely to believe them now? And does will a lack of trust matter?