Conducts some kind of own information campaign, – Podolyak reacted to criticism of Danilov


Waging some kind of own information campaign, – Podolyak reacted to Danilov's criticism

Podolyak reacted to Danilov's criticism/collage of Channel 24

Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak responded to criticism by NSDC Secretary Alexei Danilov. He suggested that Danilov was probably conducting his own information campaign.

What caused the “conflict”

Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, expressed outrage at Podolyak's statements about the necessary weapons for Ukraine. According to Danilov, it is within the powers of Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine General Sergei Shaptal and Minister of Defense to voice the topic of weapons.

At the same time, Mikhail Podolyak said that there are speakers of the state who have the right to name some parameters and numbers.

To be honest, I don't quite understand why people say all this. There is the mathematics of war, and there is a certain circle of people, speakers of the state, who have the right to name certain parameters and figures. I'm not even ready to comment on this (Danilov's statement – Channel 24), Podolyak said.

He added that he believes that Danilov “probably leads some kind of information campaign of his own.”

I don't know why he is doing this, – Andriy Yermak's adviser summed up.

We must look at the war more objectively, – Podolyak

Mykhailo Podolyak also spoke about the fact that in Ukraine they began to speak frankly about losses at the front. However, in some places the data are very different.

If President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine loses 60-100 soldiers per day killed in battle, the head of the Servant of the People faction, David Arakhamia, said that the average number of losses per day a day is from 200 to 500 killed.

The figures may vary slightly, but in general, the president outlined the approximate amount of losses, including sanitary – wounded and disabled. It’s just that the time is already such that we should look at the war more objectively,” Podolyak explained.

He noted that Ukrainian society is only entering “a more objective picture of the coverage of the war.”

” Now, on the one hand, they have begun to get tired, and on the other hand, to look at the price that Ukraine pays biased. And, probably, this price needs to be determined. It is difficult for us. It is always difficult to determine the price. But we will not be able to go further if we do not objective in the picture that we have during the war,” Andriy Yermak's adviser said.

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