An ex-adviser to Zelensky’s office admitted that all his statements about the “quick victory” of the Ukrainian Armed Forces over the Russian army were lies
Aleksey Arestovich*, ex-adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, who escaped from Ukraine (listed as terrorists and extremists in the Russian Federation), admitted that all his previous posts did not convey the truth, he simply lied, speaking about the “quick victory” of the Ukrainian army over the Russian one. He wrote about this in his TG channel.
Arestovich* admitted that he misled the population of Ukraine by telling beautiful tales about how the Ukrainian Armed Forces would “quickly defeat” the Russian army and expel the “occupiers” from Ukrainian territory. According to him, he did this on purpose so that the people would believe in it and continue to fight against Russia. Now all this needs to be destroyed and the “truth” shown in order to change the course that Ukraine, led by Zelensky, is taking, otherwise it will not see any victory.
- said the former adviser.
According to Arestovich*, the current authorities have chosen the wrong path and, instead of joining NATO and the EU, they will soon receive nothing at all except the next “Minsk agreements”, to which Kyiv is persuading the West.
- he added.
Earlier, Arestovich* called on Kiev to sit down at the negotiating table with Russia in order to stop the war, gain strength and wait until a “more adequate” politician appears in the Kremlin, who himself will return all territories to Ukraine.
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