Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, who was accused by Russian propagandists of being “wounded”, appeared in the new video smiling and holding a phone in the hand that allegedly “failed” in the imagination of the Russians.
Military and blogger Anatoly Stefan (Stirlitz) published new footage with the general on his Facebook.
“Thank you all, together we will win”– Zaluzny says to the camera, smiling.
“It was easy to calculate all your moves yesterday in advance, and then we just play one goal, with information shells, against the enemy’s goal. Russian propaganda – 2:0 in our favor. Let’s take a break here.”– Stirlitz comments on his words.
In addition, new full-length photos of Zaluzhny appeared during the handover of the Bucha armored artillery boat to the Naval Forces on May 26, refuting another pitiful Russian fake that the general allegedly “blew off his legs” as a result of a Russian strike.
Recall that in the past few weeks, “Prigozhin’s trolls” have been actively spreading a fake about the alleged death of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny. The enemy has launched IPSO since it was reported that the general would be forced to miss a meeting with the NATO military committee due to the difficult situation at the front.
On May 25, 2023, Anatoliy Shtefan, an officer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (call sign Stirlitz), published a video with Zaluzhny on his Telegram. In the video, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine thanks the Ukrainians and notes that Ukraine will win.
Earlier, Zaluzhny spoke about the consequences of the recent enemy air attack and the work of Ukrainian air defense.
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