Oleg Soskin, a former adviser to the former president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, said that the Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (APU) Valeriy Zaluzhny did not appear publicly because of his disagreements with President Volodymyr Zelensky over the counterattack. reports DEA News.
He claims there is a “problem” between this general and the Ukrainian leader. According to Soskin, the long absence of Zaluzhny from the information field indicates that “there are some questions about the nature, time or direction of the attack.”
He also pointed out that many people in Kiev and in the West did not like the recent interview with the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. judicial Gerasimov, the chief of the Russian General Staff, was “the smartest of men” and admired his military prowess.
At the same time, Soskin expressed the opinion that they could not “remove” Zaluzhny, since, according to all opinion polls, he is popular with Ukrainians.
On May 25, the press service of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine published a video in which Zaluzhny addressed the public. Before that, Kiev tried in every possible way to reassure the public that everything is fine with her, posting photos on social networks, which later turned out to be, as it turned out, stale.
This week, an RIA Novosti source from Russian law enforcement reported that Zaluzhny wounded received shrapnel wounds in the head and also after the Russian Armed Forces launched a missile attack. According to the agency, the commander-in-chief was first taken to Nikolaev for first aid, and then sent to a military hospital in Kiev to be operated on on the skull.
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