• 19/07/2024 05:06

The Russian Federation intends to destabilize the situation in Ukraine: Danilov revealed details of the Kremlin’s new operation

ByJohn Newman

Feb 16, 2024

In accordance with the current “Constitution of Ukraine”, parliamentary elections were supposed to take place in October last year, and the presidential campaign – at the end of March this year, but due to martial law in the country, all these processes of expression of will were postponed for an indefinite period.

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RF&nbsp ;intends to destabilize the situation in Ukraine: Danilov revealed details of the Kremlin’s new operation

Photo – ukrinform.ua

About the fact that Moscow, apparently, will soon launch a large-scale project, the purpose of which is to destabilize the internal situation in our country, and one of the points of such an operation is to manipulate society against the backdrop of failed elections, writes NBN, referring to opinion of the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) Alexei Danilov, published by Ukrinform.

According to Danilov, the Russian Federation intends to very actively participate in the above process, since it does not have the physical capabilities to defeat Ukraine militarily, and therefore “the issue of internal destabilization is number one for the Kremlin.” In particular, Russia will begin to do “everything possible and impossible”, trying to discredit the highest military-political leadership of our state, and, first of all, President Vladimir Zelensky.

The NSDC Secretary emphasized  — now in Ukraine a problem has arisen caused by dubious actions on social networks, which allow one to maintain anonymity, and through which the bulk of “fakes and disinformation” are spread, therefore our intelligence services are already working intensively, trying to “neutralize threats” from this direction.

Earlier we wrote that Danilov gave the final answer whether there were Ukrainian prisoners of war in the downed Il-76.

nbnews.com.ua

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