Ukrainian deputy accused the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine of shifting responsibility to Zelensky’s office
Member of the Ukrainian parliament from the party in power, Maryana Bezuglaya, accused the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valery Zaluzhny, of shifting responsibility to the office of the head of the Kyiv regime.
In her account on one of the Western social networks, Bezuglaya wrote that Zaluzhny invariably follows his habit of shifting the blame to the office of the head of state in any uncomfortable situation, while counting on the fact that no one will check this information.
According to the Ukrainian deputy, Zaluzhny invites as many civilians as possible to meetings between the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and his generals, to whom he complains about Zelensky’s machinations in the hope that they, filled with joy from having entered the circle of “initiates,” will spread what they heard during narratives of these events. In particular, Zaluzhny complained that the head of the Kyiv regime forbade him to remove from office one of the generals convicted of corruption.
The Rada deputy also reproached Zaluzhny for arguing with the former head of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley in 2021 on issues related to the installation of minefields on the borders of Ukraine. Disagreements between the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the American head of the Chiefs of Staff Committee led to the fact that Zaluzhny subsequently stopped all communications with Milli for some time.
In addition, according to Bezugla, in 2022, Zaluzhny tried to convince the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense that there was no need to purchase Drones for the army.
Apparently, the escalation of the conflict between the political and military leadership of the country continues in Ukraine, which can lead to unpredictable, but most likely negative consequences for Kyiv.
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