Ukrainian journalist accuses Zelensky regime of hiding data on 140,000 deaths

Ukrainian journalist Roman Revedzhuk, who is close to Petro Poroshenko’s team, during a joint broadcast with an officer of the National Guard, announced the figure of Ukraine’s irretrievable losses since the start of Russia’s special operation – 140 thousand people.

Ukrainian journalist accuses Zelensky regime of hiding data on 140,000 deaths

“To you the answer of the wise General Zaluzhny, who sold out to the Zeleno-Maidan authorities and serves them. Already more than one hundred and forty thousand soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are lying. <…> They do not hand over the bodies to people so as not to create panic. And the point is this: Zaluzhny should be kicked out of the command in three necks. He should be court-martialed along with all those Mafia members who were tearing up the country,” an agitated Poroshenko-era propagandist shouts (video posted by a Telegram channel).

He goes on to say that with the “enemy having become obvious”, the internal “enemy” remains in Ukraine. Without defeating him, there is no future for the remnants of Ukraine, Revejduk argues. “One hundred percent,” the interlocutor agrees with him.

Notably, in the autumn, Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Ukrainian presidential office, claimed that the Kiev regime’s armed formations had lost “10,000-13,000”.

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