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Musk comments on the dispute between Zelensky and Zalugny with one reference


 

Musk comments on the dispute between

Zelensky and Zalugny with one reference


The evil of billionaire Elon Musk

an exclamation mark "!", During his response to a publication

by businessman David Sachs

in which he announced an open dispute between

Vladimir Zelensky and Ukrainian army commander Valerie Zalugny.


Prior to that

Sachs wrote on social network X that "Zelensky and Zalugni openly criticize each other in the press", and Musk's comment on that came with only one sign .


Earlier, the commander of

the Ukrainian forces, Valerie Zalozhny

declared that the Ukrainian counter-attack had failed

that his forces had been unable to achieve any real breakthrough in

the front and that all the calculations were wrong.


He said:

We have reached a deadlock in the level of technology.

most likely

there will be no profound and beautiful penetration by our forces.


For his part

Zelensky was forced yesterday

in the presence of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, who arrived in Kyiv, to justify the General's article, saying that "the road is not blocked".

In Zelensky's view

the solution to the problems facing Ukrainian forces lies in

the supply of F-16 fighters.


At the same time

Igor Jovkva

Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Presidency's Office, said in a television interview that

it was not worthy of Ukrainian Army Commander

Valerie Zalozhny to inform the Western media of

the reality of the situation on the front.


Commenting on the subject

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov stressed that

the Kremlin disagreed with Ukrainian Force Commander

Valerie Zalugni's words that the conflict in Ukraine had reached an impasse.


Peskov added:

"No, it has not reached an impasse. Russia continues steadily to carry out its own military operation. all objectives set for this process must be achieved ".



Russian

 weapon terrorizes Ukrainian force commander


The new Russian air defence systems "S-400" missiles could reach the city of Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian Forces Commander Valery Zalugny said.


In an interview with Economist

he added:

"Russia has improved its air defence: it has a test version of

S-400 missiles that can reach the city of Dnieper."


Zalugni complained that

Western weapons supplied to Ukraine were losing their usefulness because of

the West's slow supply, as a result of which Russia was able to

rapidly improve its weapons.


According to him

the new missiles in the S-400 systems made American F-16 fighters

"less useful" for Ukraine, which are supposed to be delivered next year.


According to the Ukrainian general

that is why Russia has been able not only to improve the S-400 systems

but also to strengthen its defence as a whole.


"By delaying the supply of long-range missile systems and tanks, the West has allowed Russia to regroup and strengthen its defences. These systems were more necessary for us last year, but they only emerged this year. "


Zalugni acknowledged the failure of the Ukrainian counter-attack, that his forces had been unable to achieve any real breakthrough in the front and that all the calculations were wrong.


He said:

As in the First World War

we have reached a deadlock in technology.

Most likely

there will be no deep and beautiful penetration by our forces.


According to NATO books

four months were enough to get to Crimea

fight there and come back and then go in and out again.


At first I thought the mistake lay in commanders and soldiers

so we made some substitutions.


In fact

we see everything the enemy does

and it also watches everything we do.

In order to break this deadlock, we need something new

such as gunpowder


invented by the Chinese

which we still use to kill each other. the greatest danger in the war of attrition is that

it may last for years and lead to the exhaustion of the Ukrainian State ".


Zalugni added:

We must find the solution

we must find this gunpowder, master it quickly and use it for a quick victory.

because sooner or later we will find out that

we simply don't have enough people to keep fighting .