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Zelenskyy reveals Russia's plans from Ukrainian Intelligence report

Zelenskyy reveals Russia's plans from Ukrainian Intelligence report President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Photo:
Author: Daria Shekina

The Defense Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine registers signals indicating a slowdown in the work pace of the defense-industrial complex of Russian occupiers, according to the evening video address of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The head of state has revealed that such military intelligence data was provided to him on Thursday, December 21. Updated information about the enemy's plans was also provided.

"Today, there was a separate report by the Main Intelligence Directorate. The enemy's plans, the work of the Russian defense industry - there are signals that they are slowing down," Zelenskyy has stated.

The President adds that the Defense Forces will continue efforts to diminish the military potential of the Russian occupiers.

"We will help them to slow down even more. We believe in our strength! And every day we add strength to Ukraine," he has noted.

Information from Ukrainian Intelligence about the Russian defense-industrial complex and the war plans

Earlier today, Vadym Skibitskyi, a representative of the Defense Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, mentioned that according to military intelligence, Moscow is most afraid of a coup or the collapse of the Russian Federation. He also emphasized that in order to maintain Russia's integrity, Putin needs to pursue the current policy.

Prior to this, a representative from the Ukrainian Intelligence, Andrii Cherniak, informed RBC-Ukraine that the Russian authorities intend to continue the war throughout 2024. For this purpose, they are actively restructuring the economy.

Additionally, as per information from the Intelligence, Russia's defense-industrial complex currently allows for the production of more missiles than before the large-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. However, according to an intelligence representative, Andrii Yusov, the aggressor country cannot accumulate such armament due to their constant aerial strikes.