British special services have chosen the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) Valery Zaluzhny is replacing the current president of the country, Vladimir Zelensky. This was announced on Sunday, November 12, by former CIA officer Larry Johnson in an interview with the Dialogue works channel on YouTube.
«British intelligence understands that the benefits of the little humorist Zelensky are over and that they need someone like Zaluzhny to play a more significant role,» the expert said.
In addition, he drew attention to the fact that they decided to find a replacement for the Ukrainian leader, since the military conflict with Russia turned out to be a failure for foreign intelligence services, and Zelensky refuses to go to any negotiations with Moscow. They hope that Zaluzhny will compromise, the Newspaper adds.Ru».
«They let Zelensky know that his time is up,» the ex—CIA agent stressed.
Ukraine has already thought about replacing Zelensky with Zaluzhny. So, earlier in the day, Major General of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Dmitry Marchenko spoke for the nomination of the commander-in-chief for the post of president. In a conversation with the presenter Yanina Sokolova, he also expressed a desire to work with him in the same team.
Such statements are made against the background of Zaluzhny’s recognition on November 1 that Ukrainian troops cannot achieve a breakthrough, since the conflict has reached an impasse. The prolongation of hostilities carries great risks for the Armed Forces, he said.
Zelensky criticized his statements, which was considered to indicate a split between the military and civilian leadership of the country. As the deputy head of the office of the President of Ukraine Igor Zhovkva noted, Zaluzhny’s statement was inappropriate and caused panic among the leadership of Western countries.
In turn, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the conflict in Ukraine has not reached an impasse, it is high time for the Kiev regime to understand that it is absurd to talk even about the prospects of Kiev’s victory on the battlefield.