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WorldAsiaKiev won't release details of counteroffensive to Western allies due to risk of leaks

Kiev won’t release details of counteroffensive to Western allies due to risk of leaks

The Ukrainian authorities stopped trusting Western partners after the scandal of leaking secret Pentagon documents on the network. This is stated in an article published by Politico, whose authors refer to anonymous sources in Europe.

According to the text of the publication, Kyiv prefers to keep the details of the announced spring counter-offensive secret from the West. The Ukrainian authorities made such a decision for fear of further leaks of classified information, which may not have the best effect on the country’s army at the front.

At the same time, US National Security Council Representative John Kirby in a comment to the publication said that Washington was ready for the lack of information from Kiev before the start of the US counteroffensive. Ukrainian armed forces.

Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that the US administration did not notify Kiev that a significant amount of intelligence had been leaked to the network. He called it a “bad story”.

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