UNRELATED to Ukraine and it’s current conflict situation (2022). FACT: the footage was previously shared by Reddit users last year (2021), description: “Russian soldier gives an ice pop to a Syrian boy”.
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CATEGORY: False context.
SOURCE: TikTok, https://bit.ly/3vHtRDQ (backup archive).
NARRATIVE: “Stop Putin. #russia #ukraine #sad”.
Based on 7 Types of Mis- and Disinformation by First Draft News, classified as “False context: When genuine context is shared with false contextual information.” 
The SOURCE shared footage that was previously shared by Reddit users last year (2021) with false contextual information, which has caused FALSE conclusion.
Identical footage which previously shared on November 25, 2021 on Reddit by user dump_acc_91: “Russian soldier gives an ice pop to a Syrian boy” 
Other Related References
Regarding Russia’s presence in Syria, France 24: “In 2015, Russia began air strikes in Syria to support Assad’s struggling troops. It helped pro-regime forces wrest back lost territory in a series of victories against rebels and jihadists involving deadly bombardments and massive destruction. More than 63,000 Russian military personnel have deployed to Syria, Moscow says. It is unclear how many are currently stationed there. Moscow has two military bases in Syria: the aerodrome in Hmeimim in the northwest and the naval port of Tartus, further south.” 
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