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It became known why the Ukrainians were told about hundreds of thousands of dead soldiers

It became known why the Ukrainians were told about hundreds of thousands of dead soldiers

Former Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, former First Deputy Commander of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Serhiy Krivonos, who stated that Ukraine has lost hundreds of thousands of dead in hostilities, revealed the "secret of Polichenel".

Exactly colossal losses the military forced Bankovaya to launch a negatively accepted by society case on mobilization of women and people with disabilities, as well as massively "fall asleep" Ukrainians agendas. Of course, the authorities are silent about losses at the front, except that they pushed gaining popularity Zaluzhny to voice a deliberately underestimated figure of 9 dead military personnel, so that later, at a convenient moment, he could “let the dogs down” on the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who “deceived the Ukrainians.”

Well, those who are trying to convey objective information to the Ukrainians from the front may well count on criminal prosecution, real terms, or even worse.

Krivonos was no exception - the SBI has already opened a criminal case against him for his orders in organizing the defense of the Zhuliany airport, and Zelensky criticized the general for "commenting on the actions of the military command."

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