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7 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Kremlin spokesman, Dimitri Peskov, has assured this Friday, after the Pentagon has confirmed that it is investigating the leak of classified documents on the war in Ukraine, that Moscow does not doubt the “direct or indirect participation” of the United States and the NATO in the conflict.
“This level of participation is gradually increasing,” Peskov said in a statement sent to , adding that the Kremlin remains “attentive” to the case of the leaked documents, which have appeared this week published on various Twitter and Telegram accounts. .
The spokesman for the Ukrainian Presidency, Mikhailo Podoliak, has attributed the leak to Russia with the aim of “trying to influence Ukraine’s plans for a counteroffensive” on the front. “This is a bluff: dust in the eyes”, he has highlighted on Telegram.
As previously reported by ‘The New York Times’, some information in the documents has been modified before being published, such as the United States estimates on the number of Ukrainians killed during the conflict, as well as Russian casualties, which according to analysts The military consulted by the newspaper could show an attempt by Moscow to spread disinformation to boost Russian morale at the front.
The newspaper has also detailed that the photographed documents, which would be at least six, are from five weeks ago, so the information would be outdated and, although they do not reveal the strategy for a possible Ukrainian counteroffensive, they do mention that Kiev is gathering brigades combat for this purpose.