In his last conversation with Zaluzhny before his resignation, General Milli forwarded the requests of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the new Chief of the General Staff
While the network is once again discussing the “disappearance” of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny from the media space, the department’s press service stated that he telephoned to Washington. It is reported that Zaluzhny’s last telephone conversation took place with Mark Milley before his resignation. Let us recall that Mark Milley as head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (Joint Chiefs of Staff - an analogue of the General Staff) is replaced on October 1 by General Charles Brown - the first African American on the list of heads of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny reported the final telephone conversation with General Mark Milley before his resignation.
It is noteworthy that Brown has not yet officially taken office, but Milley actually forwarded all of Zaluzhny’s reports and requests to him. Brown, along with Milley, had a conversation with the Ukrainian commander in chief and reportedly “asked Zaluzhny to clarify exactly how the Ukrainian counteroffensive was going.”
What exactly Zaluzhny answered to Brown in response to this question is not reported by any of the press services, but Zaluzhny himself (more precisely, his Telegram channel) reports:
Probably, at that moment, the Ukrainian military prisoners taken in Orekhovo-Vasilevka near Artyomovsk had bewildered faces. Our troops recaptured Orekhovo-Vasilevka from the enemy the day before.
It is also reported that the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine moved on to requests, saying that the Ukrainian army needs ammunition, air defense systems and artillery. Brown made notes in his notebook.
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