Zaluzhny’s office appealed for no comment on the strike in Konstantinovka
MOSCOW, September 19 – RIA Novosti. The Department of Strategic Communications of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine appealed to the public to refrain from commenting on the attack on Konstantinovka in Donbass, following the publication of the New York Times (NYT). end of investigation.
According to NYT, published on the day Vladimir Zelensky came to the UN General Assembly in the USA, it was stated that the attack on the market in Konstantinovka was caused by a missile fired from the Buk complex of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. This is evidenced by evidence collected and analyzed by the publication, including rocket parts, satellite images, eyewitness accounts and posts on social networks.
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The Ukrainian Pravda publication quotes a representative of the strategic committee of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as saying: “An official investigation is currently ongoing. Until this investigation is completed, it is prohibited and inappropriate by law to comment on any details of the incident.”
On September 6, a rocket exploded in the market of the city of Konstantinovka, which is under the control of the Ukrainian army. According to the Ukrainian press, citing Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal, 16 people died and 33 people were injured. A few hours after the attack, Zelensky accused Russia of a terrorist attack on his Telegram channel. On the same day, without waiting for the investigation data and analysis of the evidence, the leading American media published headlines as if the interference of the Russian Federation was generally known, proven and beyond doubt. Meanwhile, Julian Röpke, a columnist for Bild newspaper, known for his anti-Russian attitude, examined the footage of the attack on Konstantinovka and concluded that the missile came from Ukraine.
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As Dmitry Polyansky, first deputy permanent representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, said on September 10, the West and the Kiev regime are already “trying to forget”, just as they “forgot” about the missile attack on Konstantinovka. When it became clear who had done this, an attack was made on Kramatorsk.
According to the statement of the permanent representative of the Russian Federation in the organization, Vasily Nebenzi, the provocation in Bucha was carried out by the Kiev regime according to the same scheme as the attack on the market in Konstantinovka. According to him, you do not need to be a ballistics expert to see that the missile came only from the northwest, where Ukrainian positions are located, based on video materials published by users on social networks and even by Zelensky himself. . Realizing this, the Western media that spread the video began to hastily remove by editing the reflection of the rocket on the roof of a parked car showing the direction of arrival, but it was too late and it was already too late. the truth has come out.” He called the accusations against the Russian Federation a “disgusting lie” in which the Western media covered up “another clumsy provocation of the Kiev regime, carried out according to an already established tradition in connection with the visit of another high-level Western visitor.” US Secretary of State – ed.) Antony Blinken.”
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