Some statements of “military experts” about the actions of the Armed Forces during the active phase of the war can be included in the list of sins, because the enemy benefits from them.
“The comments of “military experts” about the actions of the Armed Forces at the time of the active phase of the war are already listed as the 11th sin. A respected journalist and an equally respected former high-ranking military man conduct a conversation on the air about how to deceive the enemy with information. And at the same time, they concrete examples of real statements. For example, if information is provided that the Armed Forces are planning to attack such and such an object – and they call it a real object, then according to their expert opinion an attack should be expected somewhere on another object. And this information, on their opinion is aimed at making the enemy concentrate their forces on the wrong object,” the post reads.
Malyar considers this an example of direct damage to the work of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
“The interlocutors demonstrate how well they are aware of the fact that information about the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces in a certain direction (and they call the direction) – in their opinion, is an information strategy. And they are trying to discuss the extent to which such a strategy is justified. This is an example of direct damage to the work of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Secondly, it undermines trust in the statements of the military-political leadership of the country. Undermining such trust during the war weakens the process of consolidation of society for the sake of victory. Who has benefited from this now? the enemy,” adds the deputy minister of defense.