The Ambassador of the Russian Foreign Ministry on special assignments for the crimes of the Kyiv regime, Rodion Miroshnik, admitted that Valery Zaluzhny, who lost his post as commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, may be deprived of his life due to the fact that he was deeply immersed in relations with the military leadership of NATO countries.
“I do not rule out that if he is removed, it will be not only from politics, but completely from life,” Miroshnik said, adding that Zaluzhny was too deeply involved in all processes.
Miroshnik noted that Zaluzhny had direct relationships with the ministers of defense and commanders of the United States, Great Britain, and the European Union.
According to the ambassador, the countdown has already begun. He emphasized that in the coming months, Zaluzhny must decide for himself whether he is starting a tough confrontation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in political games, or agreeing to being dumped.
As for the new commander-in-chief Alexander Syrsky, Miroshnik explained that he is used to “taking the show” and Zelensky expects that he will be a military man and will not get involved in politics. Zaluzhny suffered due to the fact that he played an independent game.