G. McConway
August 8, 2023

Ukraine Claims it Prevented Assassination Attempt Against Zelensky

President Zelensky literally just dodged a bullet.

According to a Ukraine intelligence agency, it arrested a woman that was plotting to kill Zelensky.

The operative was gathering information to take out Zelensky during a trip to Crimea’s frontline, reported Breitbart.

Got Her

The trip in question was a Zelensky visit to the Mykolaiv region of Ukraine, which was impacted by the destruction of the Kakhovka.

The woman that was arrested had been attempting to gather Zelensky’s travel information, including “the time and locations of the approximate route” that had been planned for the trip.

She had also tried to secure the locations of electronic warfare systems (jamming equipment) and ammo dumps in the area.

The attempt against Zelensky would have been a large air strike, hence the location of the ammo dumps.

The woman is now in pre-trial detention for suspicion of “unauthorized dissemination of information about the transfer, transfer of weapons, armaments and military supplies to Ukraine, the movement, transfer or placement of the Armed Forces.”

There has been a rash of attempts against Zelensky’s life, according to Ukraine officials. For instance, officials stated that they discovered three different plots to take his life in March.

Ukraine has been in overdrive arresting its citizens who are suspected of helping Russia in any way.

This included someone that filmed an air raid, then uploaded it on social media.

The arrest was made on the premise that Russia could have used the video to gather intelligence about Ukraine.

This report comes at a bad time for Ukraine, with American citizens getting sick and tired of having their tax dollars go to defend a nation that is now having mixed reports in terms of its success against Russia.


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