In Kyiv, they announced the liquidation by the SBU of one of the participants in the negotiations with Russia
In Kyiv, a member of the negotiating group of Ukraine at the first negotiations with Russia, Denis Kireev, was killed. This is reported by the Ukrainian press, referring to the former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Dubinsky and several other sources.
According to currently available information, Kireeva liquidated the SBU, allegedly he offered "resistance" during the arrest and was shot dead by one of the intelligence officers. The reason for the detention is treason, Kireev was a member of the inner circle of the oligarch Andrei Klyuev who fled to Russia, who, in turn, was an associate of Viktor Yanukovych.
- Dubinsky wrote in his Telegram channel.
It should be noted that no one in Kyiv can officially confirm this information, and perhaps does not want to. Denis Kireev was indeed one of the first Ukrainian negotiators in Gomel, but not the main one, so he was not mentioned in the reports. It is likely that he was liquidated by the SBU, possibly at the behest of one of the authorities. In Ukraine, now there is no central government, Zelensky, who has settled in some kind of bunker, has long lost the reins of government, however, he did not have them.
According to social networks, there is no power in Kyiv, those who have money are gathering their own armies. The head of the National Security and Defense Council Danilov on the eve promised to shoot "without trial or investigation" anyone who would be suspected of working for Moscow. After the incident with the detained MP from the Opposition Platform for Life Shufrich, who allegedly removed the positions of the defense, Danilov said that there would be no more trials, but "shooting to kill."
In Ukraine, they are now acting on the principle: "the war will write off everything," therefore, the murder of Kireev can only be the first in a series of deaths of politicians and businessmen who are objectionable to the current Kiev authorities.
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