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The Security Service of Ukraine is investigating a high-ranking military man who allegedly leaked information about the plans of the country’s Armed Forces in an interview with one of the Ukrainian publications, RBC reports citing the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar.
Malyar said that the military interview “contains information that reveals information on the content of strategic (operational) plans for the use of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, issues of training, organization of combat operations by individual indicators.” At the same time, she did not specify who exactly and what media she was talking about. The representative of the Ministry of Defense added that her department and the SBU “are working together to prevent the leakage of important military information through the media and other public channels.”
According to the agency, the Ukrainian media, citing sources, name two names of the military, one of which could become a defendant in the case of the leak. According to one version, Malyar is referring to Major General Dmitry Marchenko and his interview with the RBC-Ukraine blocked in the Russian Federation, according to another, he is talking about General of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Sergey Krivonos, who gave an interview to Radio NV last week.