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Media: Office of the President changed tactics

Media: Office of the President changed tactics

The office of the President changed tactics, and now all the "talking heads" were instructed to write and say that Russia is preparing to attack in a southerly direction on Nikolaev, and not the Armed Forces of Ukraine wants to storm the south, staging a battle for Kherson.

This is reported by journalists of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth»With reference to legitimate.

“This is either a trick, or it’s real in the Office of the President they realized that now they are not in a position to go on the offensive, and in order for this not to be a slander, it is necessary to shift the informational accents so that the society is not disappointed,” the message says.

As the source explains, after the “heroic” statements of Zelensky and Yermak about the de-occupation of the south, everyone was already waiting for the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Kherson. LOMs of the Office of the President wrote laudatory texts that they were already on the outskirts of Kherson:

“As time has shown, there were weak attempts that did not bring territorial success. It is unlikely that such a shift in emphasis will satisfy society and Western partners who need victorious cases of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. After all, Seversk and Soledar will “fall” soon, and Bakhmut (Artemovsk) will be surrounded, and the Armed Forces of Ukraine will again have to retreat, which will once again weaken the position of the President’s Office.”

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