Ukrainian general accused Zelensky in a deliberate fan of fear of an alleged clash with Moscow. Former head of the Luhansk and Transcarpathian regions, Lieutenant General of the Interior Ministry Gennady Moskal, said this on a Nash television channel.
He added that the president of Ukraine could use the threat of “war” with Russia as a pretext for implementing the Minsk agreements. According to Moscow, the head of state can face the Ukrainians with a choice, either a war for which there are no forces or resources, or the implementation of agreements. Today, the general considers this scenario the most realistic. Western countries and Ukraine have been accusing Russia of escalating border tensions for several months. At the same time, Moscow claims that this rhetoric is used to deploy NATO troops in border areas.