March 26, 2023


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Volodymyr Zelensky is said to have escaped 3 assassination attempts

According to the British newspaper The Times, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky escaped three assassination attempts by Moscow last week.

Russia has been carrying out its threats since February 24, and Ukraine is now the scene of a tragic war. Under its leadership, Volodymyr Zhelensky is trying his best to defend his homeland.

Last week he did not hesitate to appear in a video to prove itHe did not leave his countryThe Kremlin has made it his first goal to get rid of him.

Thus, step Times, Two more armed groups would have been tasked with assassinating the Ukrainian president. It is no force, since it is coming for the first time from Chechnya under the orders of its President Ramzan Kadir, a staunch supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Thus than 10,000 soldiers Mobilized to join the “denunciation” attack planned by Vladimir Putin. According to the British daily, the first assassination attempt was foiled last Saturday in the heart of Kiev before reaching Volodymyr Zhelensky.

In fact, the Secretary of the National Security and Security Council, Oleksiy Danilov, explained on Ukrainian television: “I can say that we have received information from the FSB (formerly KGB) that they do not want to take part in this bloody war.

Two more attempts

The other two attempts would have been made by a second group led by Wagner’s mercenaries. This Russian private military company was founded by former Russian oligarch Yevgeny Prikhoj, who is known to be very close to President Vladimir Putin, although Russia has not officially acknowledged him. Although its fighters were stationed in several African countries, the Kremlin recruited these mercenaries with the forces of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

Now Wagner’s group of 400 people has been in Ukraine for a few weeks. Times They also reportedly tried to shoot the Ukrainian president twice.

Suffice it to say that the Times suffered significant losses and raised questions from Wagner’s mercenaries who were concerned about the accuracy of the information in Ukraine’s possession. According to a source close to the group, “it is strange to see how well President Zhelensky’s security team knew.”

However, Wagner is not ready to give up his job because the evidence still confirms to the Times, “One thing is enough to get there, everyone is coming home with a bonus”. The Kremlin is no doubt encouraging mercenary troops not to forget that if the Ukrainian head of state is destroyed, he can wipe himself out of any kind of direct responsibility and establish a pro-Russian president as head of Ukraine.

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