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New York Times: US Intelligence Helps Ukraine Kill Russian Officers

Installation of work “Grad” APU in the Kharkov region.


Rumors that the US intelligence services are closely “covering” the Ministry of Defense, the General Staff of the Armed Forces and the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) have been circulating for a long time. kyiv and Washington stubbornly and categorically denied it. Although more than once, including in the Verkhovna Rada, the question of the inadmissibility of such a situation was raised. Some deputies with documents in hand spoke about the shameful facts of such “integration” and demanded that criminal proceedings be initiated. The examples were devastating. For example, at their request, the SBU turned over all personal files of its employees to the US CIA officials and the US Department of Defense intelligence department. But that’s more! ! The US ambassador and military attaches were invited to the celebration on the occasion of the graduation of officers from the Foreign Intelligence Academy, who (by name!) were introduced to the new “personal spies” . But the Ukrainian authorities turned a blind eye to all this. In addition, kyiv politicians and heads of military departments in every possible way approve of such Ukrainian-American intelligence cooperation.

It began to manifest itself especially intensely after the start of the Russian military special operation. And it was then that anxious voices began to be heard in the US Congress: “Haven’t our special services got on too well with the Ukrainians, opening their cards to them?” – The Pentagon… generally lifted all restrictions on intelligence sharing with Ukraine. Including the data that US space intelligence continuously removes from the “battlefield” and transmits online to the main intelligence department of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry and the main operational department of the General Staff (where American specialists spend day and night, giving recommendations and advice from “partners” – how to proceed).

And now we read in the American newspaper New York Times: intelligence, secretly provided to kyiv by Washington, led to the death of Russian officers.

The author of the publication refers to sources in the circle of high-ranking American officials.

According to US media, intelligence secretly provided to kyiv by Washington led to the deaths of Russian officers.


These sources claim that the US is transmitting information “in real time” about what is happening on the battlefield, including details about Russian troop movements. Quote: “The United States has focused its efforts on transmitting data on the location and other details about the mobile headquarters of the Russian army, which is often on the move. Ukrainian officials combined this data with their own intelligence information, including intercepted messages to carry out artillery shelling and other attacks, as a result of which Russian officers were killed… The exact number of Russian officers killed as a result of such actions by Washington and their data is unknown… Sources refuse to provide data on high-ranking officers from among Russia’s military leadership.

Well what can I say? The New York Times does not reveal America to us. The Russian General Staff has long known about the US-Ukrainian “intelligence cooperative”. Therefore, there is no feeling. Also, there are no details – what kind of “killed” Russian officers are we talking about? Where exactly and when were they “killed”? What “mobile headquarters of the Russian army” are we talking about? There are no answers. So all of this seems vague and very similar to a primitive Pentagon fill-in. However, kyiv is not far behind. They recently reported that “as a result of a missile attack near Izyum, the Chief of the Russian General Staff, General of the Army Gerasimov, was seriously injured and unconscious in hospital.” And the next day we saw Valery Gerasimov alive and well on the TV screen at a meeting in the Ministry of Defense.


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