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Leaked Pentagon documents may hinder US assistance to Ukraine, says media


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Moscow, April 10 – Bloomberg reported that leaking classified documents from the Pentagon could make it more difficult for the United States to support Ukraine.
In addition, Bloomberg notes that against the background of the leak in the United States, it may be difficult to help Kiev before the supposedly likely attack soon by Ukrainian forces.
One of the biggest leaks in a decade of allegedly classified US military documents has sparked an official Department of Defense investigation and could set back US support for Ukraine shortly before the Kiev attack.

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On Thursday, the media wrote that the Pentagon was investigating a leak on the social network of materials describing the state of the Ukrainian forces and the plans of the United States and NATO to strengthen them. The New York Times noted that the documents, dated early March, were distributed in “Russian pro-government Telegram channels”. Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, in response to a question about the leak, that the Russian Federation has no doubts that the United States and NATO are directly or indirectly involved in the conflict. At the same time, Reuters, citing unnamed US officials, claimed that the US had not ruled out the possibility of falsification of documents that reached the network. However, Volodymyr Zelensky’s office reported on Friday that Zelensky himself, at a meeting at the headquarters of the Supreme Commander, discussed issues of preventing leaks about the plans of Ukrainian forces.
CNN previously reported that the leak of classified documents from the Pentagon has deeply concerned US officials, who fear the situation could jeopardize sources and undermine important international relations.

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