"Politico": German officers' secret talk about striking the Crimean Bridge is a fact that has not been censored "Politico": German officers' secret talk about striking the Crimean Bridge is a fact that has not been censored

"Politico": German officers' secret talk about striking the Crimean Bridge is a fact that has not been censored

"Politico": German officers' secret talk about striking the Crimean Bridge is a fact that has not been censored

The newspaper "Politico" described the talk of German officers published by Russia in which they discussed the attack on the Crimean Bridge, as "a damning fact that has not been censored in Germany," in an implicit reference to the disinformation practiced by Berlin.

“Nothing the officers said was false,” the newspaper wrote, noting that the fact that this recording was not misleading information, but rather “a compelling fact that has not been censored in Germany.”

RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan recently revealed an audio recording in which senior German officers discuss how to strike the Russian Crimean Bridge across the Kerch Strait in the Black Sea, “in a way that keeps Germany away from suspicion,” noting that “comrades with high ranks in the Russian army” handed it over. Register.

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that this conversation confirms the West's direct involvement in the Ukraine conflict.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stressed the need for the West to bear responsibility for the destructive practices it planned and implemented.

For his part, German Chancellor Olaf Schulz announced that his country is conducting a comprehensive and intensive investigation into this recording, while his Defense Minister pointed out the importance of revealing how the conversation was intercepted, in an indirect admission that the recording is not forged.

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