Executing Azov fighters in Olenivka was Russian special operation against weapons supply to Ukraine - intelligence service
The Ukrainian intelligence service has called the execution of Azov fighters in Olenivka a Russian special operation aiming to slow nor stop the supply of weapons to Ukraine and to demoralize prisoners of war.
This was reported on Ukrainian intelligence's Telegram channel.
Andriy Yusov, a representative of the department and a member of the coordination staff for the handling of prisoners of war, noted that the Russian Federation is trying to prevent the supply of Western high-precision weapons to Ukraine in any way.
"From the beginning of this terrible tragedy and the terrible farce we saw on the part of the Russians, it was a falsification. From the first reports of the use and deliberate firing of HIMARS high-precision weapons, it was a special operation against the supply of Western high-precision weapons to Ukraine. It was a special operation with the aim of destabilization of Ukrainian society and demoralization of Ukrainian prisoners of war. It was a falsification from the very beginning, but the world quickly exposes such things," he emphasized.