Zaluzhnyi's truth is indicator of real situation, guide to Ukraine's victory - General Kryvonos
Serhiy Kryvonos, AFU Reserve Major General, said that if Ukraine wants to remain a free and independent state, Ukrainians should listen to those who are waging this war, namely the military
He spoke about this on Espreso TV.
"For those who believed in the previous fairy tales, it's probably time to wake up and realize that the propaganda that existed and lied to you did not lead to success, first of all, in the perceived realities of the situation. And if we want to remain a free and independent state, then let's listen to those who are waging this war, namely the military. And let's listen to the one who is fully responsible, and that is General Zaluzhnyi," emphasized the reserve major general of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Serhiy Kryvonos noted that Zaluzhnyi with his truth is an indicator of the real situation and a guide to Ukraine's future victory.
- On November 1, The Economist published a column by Valeriy Zaluzhnyi for the first time since December 2022.
- Zaluzhnyi noted that Russia's war against Ukraine could move to a new dangerous stage and named priority areas that would help prevent this. He also described what is needed to break the deadlock in the war with Russia.
- Later, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy responded to Zaluzhnyi's article and said that Ukraine was not in a stalemate.
- Ihor Zhovkva, Deputy Head of the Presidential Office, commenting on Zaluzhnyi's article in The Economist, said during the telethon that the military should not make public what is happening at the front.
- ISW analyzed Zaluzhnyi's article on positional warfare in Ukraine.
- Later, the NYT article noted that Zelenskyy's accusations against Zaluzhnyi indicate a split in the Ukrainian leadership.
- On November 7, Russian resources launched a diplomatic fake with the AFU Commander-in-Chief Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, who allegedly called for a coup d'état. At the beginning of the full-scale war, Russia launched similar diplomatic fakes with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.