Kherson governor accuses Kiev of waging disinformation war in counterattack

Volodymyr Saldo, acting governor of the Kherson region, confirmed that the counterattack announced by the Kyiv authorities is part of the elements of a disinformation war.

Saldo wrote on his Telegram channel: “Talking about a counter-offensive is information warfare, because modern warfare is far from being battlefields where soldiers fight against information, the enemy uses a very large amount of disinformation.”

According to him, the Kiev regime has been declaring a so-called “counterattack” for several days, without launching it in any way.

Saldo emphasized: “The fact is that the peak of the enemy’s military capabilities has been overcome – a turning point has occurred in the war, and the enemy is simply afraid. Our army is ready to meet them, as expected – like a man.

Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that Western countries are calling on Kyiv to continue offensive operations and take control of new Russian regions, although they understand that these plans involve failure.

Oleg Soskin, a former adviser to former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, also ruled out that Ukrainian forces would launch a counteroffensive this year.

For his part, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev pointed out that a possible Ukrainian attack on Crimea would escalate the conflict, urging the Ukrainian authorities to understand that Moscow would retaliate with all types of weapons.

Source: RT + News

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