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Tää kuullostaa oikein mallikirjaesimerkiltä infosodankäynnistä ja propagandasta. Hyvä konsti ukrainan vähän sekoittaa venäjän pakkaa.Hämmentävää uutisointia krimiltä, jos pitää edes osittain paikkansa. Kiinnostuksella odotetaan jännitysnäytelmän seuraavaa osumaa. Mikä taho ilmiantaa esimiehensä puuttuvien palkkarahojen toivossa.
Ukrainian resistance fighters say Russian officers who hadn't been paid by Moscow sold them key intel on the Black Sea Fleet. Missiles then tore through the headquarters.
After missing their anticipated salary payments, Russian officers leaked sensitive information about Moscow's Black Sea Fleet to a Ukrainian partisan movement, Ukrainian media reported, revealing the intelligence later paved the way for a devastating missile strike on the fleet's headquarters in the occupied Crimean Peninsula.
Ukrainian resistance fighters told the Kyiv Post in a recent interview that they managed to gather information about high-ranking Russian commanders from officers who were frustrated by Moscow's failure to pay their salaries on time. They said the officers were financially compensated in exchange for the information, which was then passed along to state agencies and reportedly used to plan last week's attack on the Black Sea Fleet's headquarters.
"Delays in payments alone do not force the military armed forces of the Russian Federation to go against the Russian authorities," a spokesperson for the partisan movement of Ukrainians and Tatars in Crimea, known as ATESH, told the Kyiv Post, which disclosed details of the arrangement in a Monday report. "But the financial reward only helps them to decide on cooperation with the ATESH movement, it serves as an additional incentive," the spokesperson added.
It's not clear how much money was offered to the Russian officers, nor are the identities of these officers known. ATESH said it had access to activities of the Black Sea Fleet's leadership, though. The group said information was passed to state agencies such as the Security Service of Ukraine, known as the SBU, and the Ukrainian Main Directorate of Intelligence, known as the HUR — the latter of which told the Kyiv Post it had worked with partisans to help target Russian positions around Crimea.
Russian Officers Sold Black Sea Fleet Intel to Ukrainian Fighters: Report (businessinsider.com)
According to Ukrainian partisans, recruiting Russian officers to help plan the devastating missile attack on Russia's Black Sea Fleet was made easier by the fact many hadn’t been paid by the Kremlin.www.kyivpost.com
Toisaalta, venäjä kun on venäjä niin koskaan ei voi tietää mikä on propagandaa ja mikä totta koska niin omalaatuinen maa.