Rogozin doubted that the United States will be able to “cover up” intelligence assistance to Ukraine
Head of Roskosmos Rogozin: US involvement in the transfer of intelligence to Ukraine “cannot be glossed over” “It’s too late to drink Borjomi,” he addressed the head of the CIA
The United States is unlikely to be able to “smear” transfer of intelligence to Ukraine and “direct participation in the assassination” Russian military, said the head of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin.
So he commented on the words of the head of the CIA, William Burns, who called “irresponsible” and “dangerous” spreading reports that US intelligence provided intelligence to Ukraine.
“It's too late to drink Borjomi, Mr. Burns. <…> You are unlikely to be able to gloss over the direct participation of the United States in the killing of Russian military personnel and the transfer of intelligence, including space communications and surveillance services, which were carried out by the orbital groups of the United States, including Starlink, and the European Union,— he wrote on Telegram.
Earlier, The New York Times reported that the United States passed intelligence to Ukraine, including about the expected movements of the Russian armed forces, which it used to strike Russian military.< /p>
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby declined to elaborate on such reports, but confirmed that the United States is passing information to the Ukrainian side “that they can use to defend themselves.”
In early April, he admitted that Kyiv could use this data to “launch a counterattack.”
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< p>The NBC TV channel, citing a source on May 7, reported that US President Joe Biden, at a meeting with CIA Director William Burns and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, demanded an end to leaks of information about the exchange of data between US and Ukrainian intelligence.
According to him According to the words, such disclosure of information about the work of special services “distracts from our common goal.”
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