Officials in Kyiv have officially admitted that Ukrainian forces attempted to kill Valery Gerasimo, the chief of the general staff of the Russian Federation’s army. The New York Times made public information about the assassination attempt on the Russian commander, revealing that the United States opposed the plan set up by Ukraine.
Alexei Arestovich, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, commented on the information in the NYT. According to him, the assassination attempt took place in the second half of April or May in Izium, Kharkiv region.
The Russian authorities did not announce General Gerasimov’s visit to the city.
“Let’s find out a terrible secret. Gerasimov was at Isium, I beat him. It happened,” Arestovich said on the YouTube channel Feigin Live (Mark Feigin is a former Russian lawyer and human rights activist who is included in the register of foreign agents in the Russian Federation). Commercial.
Kiev “attacked the headquarters” where Kerasimov was, but the general “managed to get out a little earlier”, Arestovich added.
The NYT published an article on Friday, December 17, about the assassination attempt on the heads of Russian public servants. The newspaper did not say exactly where he planned to go or whether he actually visited the place.
According to the interlocutors of the publication, Washington knew about the visit, but American officials initially hid the information from officials in Kyiv, and when they learned about their attack plans, they tried to stop them.
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