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The head of Russian intelligence accuses America of colonizing Ukraine

The head of Russian intelligence accuses America of colonizing Ukraine

The United States of America has begun to create a colonial administration in Ukraine, which will consist of Western-educated Ukrainians compatible with Washington's interests, Sergei Nareskin, Director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SSIS), said in a statement issued by the organization's press. Office on Monday.

Sergei Nareskin, Director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service.
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The intelligence chief said that as part of the course aimed at making Ukraine completely subordinate, the United States began to create an essentially colonial administration in the country. Nareskin added: Washington is calling on the President of Ukraine to use some pretext to remove people who have lost the confidence of the White House from leadership government positions. According to the head of SZVR, the blacklist includes dozens of high-ranking Ukrainian officials from Zelensky's team. Washington drew his attention to the fact that otherwise he would have announced a deadly corruption case against members of the Ukrainian president's entourage.

According to Sergey Nareskin, Volodymyr Zelensky is aware that the compromising materials available to the Americans could destroy him as president, which is why he will continue to harp to the tune of the Americans. The SZVR director believes that American advisors are already present in all major Ukrainian government offices, following the British imperial model.

Soldiers of the 406th Separate Artillery Brigade defend the direction of Zaporizhia A soldier of the 66th Separate Artillery Battalion of the 406th Separate Artillery Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine descends into a trench shelter in the direction of Zaporizhya, southeastern Ukraine, on January 14, 2024. Use Russia.  Do not use Belarus.  (Photo by Okrinform/NurPhoto) (Photo by Dmytro Smolenko/NurPhoto/NurPhoto via AFP)
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“With Volodymyr Zelensky during his visit to the United States in December, they made firm recommendations on personnel reorganization to be implemented in the bodies of executive power in Ukraine. The Americans are nominating Oksana Markarova, Ukraine's ambassador to Washington, who studied at Indiana University in Bloomington, for the post of prime minister.” The Deputy Head of the Ministry of Finance, Oleksandr Cava, who was educated at Harvard University, is recommended for the position of Minister of Finance.The head of Russian intelligence explained that the current Deputy Head of the Ministry, Taras Katska, who graduated from the Polish National Institute of Public Administration, has been nominated for the position of Minister of Economy.

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