US News: Zelensky asks Kyiv representatives not to publicly evoke the tactics

Emmanuel Macron and Volodymyr Zelensky remember for the first time in two months

 Emmanuel Macron and Volodymyr Zelensky remember for the first time in two months The two presidents took stock of the resumption of cereal exports and on the military needs of Ukraine. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Emmanuel Macron and Volodymyr Zelensky called each other for the first time in two months. The two presidents took stock of the resumption of cereal exports and the military needs of Ukraine. Ukraine and Russia have reached an agreement in order to set up corridors allowing the delivery of cereals to the port of Odessa.

Ukraine -crise/Zelensky: Zelensky asks Kyiv representatives not to publicly evoke the tactics

by David Ljunggren

August 12 (Reuters) - The Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky asked Kyiv representatives to stop talking to journalists the military tactics used in front of Russia, describing such comments as "frankly irresponsible".

Following explosions that shook Russian Crimea air base on Tuesday, New York Times and Washington Post reported that Ukrainian forces were responsible, citing unidentified Kyiv representatives. The Ukrainian government refused to say if he was behind the explosions.

"War is certainly not the time for vanity and shattering statements. The less you disclose details on our defense plans, the better it will be for the implementation of these defense plans," said Volodimir Zelensky in A daily video speech.

"If you want to generate big titles, that's one thing - it's frankly irresponsible. If you want Ukraine's victory, that's another thing, and you must be aware of your responsibility for each word Whether you say on the state or counterattack state plans, "he added. (with Ronald Popeski; French version Jean Terzian)

Volodymyr Zelensky warns against the increased risk of "cruel" Russian provocations .
© Copyright 2022, Obs Russia could "do something particularly disgusting" and "cruel" next week in Ukraine, when the latter will celebrate his independence day, warned Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday August 20. "Russia could strive to do something particularly disgusting, particularly cruel," said Volodymyr Zelensky in its traditional address.

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