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The Kremlin assesses Ukraine's access to the Black Sea as a threat - DIU

The Kremlin considers Ukraine's access to the Black Sea a threat to Russia

The Kremlin believes that Ukraine's retention of access to the Black Sea and its pro-Western political orientation is a threat to Russia, which could lead to greater problems in the future. A "special danger" for the Russians is also the Ukrainian people's total disregard for them.

This was reported in the Telegram of the Main Intelligence Directorate. They noted that the Russian leadership is also afraid of the massive transition of Ukrainians to the Ukrainian language and social consensus, processes that have emerged after and as a result of the full-scale invasion of Russia.

Ukrainian intelligence officials have warned that the Kremlin is convinced that a protracted war could lead to destabilization within Russia itself. Therefore, it is likely that in 2024 the terrorist state will intensify its repressive domestic policy, the DIU noted.

The Kremlin assesses Ukraine's access to the Black Sea as a threat - DIU
The Kremlin assesses Ukraine's access to the Black Sea as a threat - DIU

As a reminder, the DIU said that the use of naval strike drones in 2023 allowed Ukrainian soldiers to push the Russian fleet away from Ukrainian shores and force the Russian Black Sea Fleet ships to flee the Sevastopol Bay. The defenders created a 200-mile security strip at sea, providing a corridor for merchant ships.

The DIU assured that they are working daily to improve weapons and to find new effective tactics of attack.

As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, the DIU said that the narrative about dictator Vladimir Putin's desire to end the war pursues two goals: "justifying" to Russians the state of their country's economy and splitting Ukrainian society and the pro-Ukrainian international coalition.

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