The Pentagon denied Thursday that the U.S. has shared intelligence with Ukraine with the intent of targeting and killing senior Russian armed service leaders, stressing that the intention of U.S. intelligence is merely to make it possible for Ukrainian forces to protect by themselves against Russia’s invasion.
Why it issues: The New York Instances released a report Wednesday suggesting that U.S. intelligence-sharing has performed a key purpose in the loss of life of “many” of the Russian generals who have been killed in motion for the duration of the war.
WNU Editor: The Pentagon can deny all they want. But in Russia correct now the U.S. has zero believability or trust.
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