Ukraine War Planning Documents Leaked Online – Pentagon Investigates!

US government authorities have confirmed that classified military documents related to the continuing conflict in Ukraine have leaked online.

On Twitter and Telegram, military documents with sensitive information on the material support provided by the United States and NATO to the Ukrainian military in its conflict with Russia have started to surface.

According to Sabrina Singh, the deputy Pentagon press secretary, “We are aware of the reports of social media posts, and the Department is reviewing the matter.”

The documents, according to analysts, appear to have been at least partially doctored, inflating Ukrainian casualties while underplaying Russian losses.

The military data was presented as a collection of images showing various logistics maps and charts. The information displayed relates to matters like army accounting and supplies of weaponry.

The disclosure was rejected by Mykhailo Podolyak, a counselor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as meaningless Russian misinformation scheme.

Podolyak said, “The published data are related exclusively to the information and operational game that the Russians started in order to introduce confusion, seize the initiative and discredit the very idea of ​​offensive. It is obvious. Firstly, by gaining access to real plans, you will not publicly admit it. To prepare in secret counter activities. And therefore, secondly, it is possible to organize a ‘drain’ of fictitious data only within the framework of a special informational counter-game. There is not the slightest doubt that this is another element of the hybrid component of the war. Russia is trying to influence Ukrainian society with information and sow fear, panic, distrust, and doubt. Very typical behavior.”

The presidential advisor continued to state, “The essence is simple: to convince Ukraine that Russia allegedly controls the situation knows everything about Ukrainian plans, and destroys the Ukrainian army. But all this, I emphasize once again, is a pure and banal propaganda fiction: one has only to open a real news report from the front, and we will see that only Russia suffers situational defeats along the entire front line and does not have any significant successes.”

As Kyiv gets ready for an anticipated spring onslaught, the Russia-Ukrainian conflict is about to witness the largest mobilization of forces since the war’s inception.

According to Institute for the Study of War analysts, Kyiv is preparing its forces for another sizable offensive drive based on information released from Russia and Ukraine, prior combat actions, and historical patterns of ground warfare.




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