Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security, People's Deputy from the "Servant of the People" Maryana Bezuhla again attacked the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This time, she called for the resignation of Valery Zaluzhny.
She wrote about this on Facebook.
Bezuhla complained that the "military leadership" allegedly did not have a war plan for 2024.
"Yes, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine could not provide a plan for 2024. Neither big nor small, neither asymmetrical nor symmetrical. The military simply said that they need to take at least 20 thousand citizens a month," Bezuhla says.
According to her, this problem existed in the summer, both at meetings of the Staff and in parliament when planning the budget for 2024.
"How do you see the war? Why the creation of a brigade and not the replenishment of the existing ones? How much will a brigade, a new brigade cost? These are still new headquarters, what about combat units? Should funds be set aside for rotation and demobilization? What about training? What about rotations? Why is the purchase of tourniquets not included in 2024 at all, for example? Do you understand that one dead person costs the state UAH 15 million, and a CAT tourniquet costs 10 thousand times less? In addition to the tragedy of death as such," the MP said.
In her opinion, if the military leadership does not have a plan for 2024, "and all their proposals for mobilization boil down to the fact that more people are needed without any proposal to change the system of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, then such leadership should leave."
Analysts of the international intelligence community InformNapalm called Bezuhla's post "signs of a planned PsyOps in the interests of certain political groups and playing into the hands of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation."
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Bezuhla's proposal provoked a violent reaction from Ukrainians on social media.
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