At the same time, Peskov noted that this does not contribute to the quick completion of the “special operation.”
The head of the Kremlin press service, Dmitry Peskov, said that intelligence and other assistance to the Ukrainian military from NATO will not prevent Russia from achieving all the goals of the “special operation.”
His words during the last press conference are quoted by Russian media.
According to Peskov, the Kremlin is well aware that the United States, Britain and NATO in general are constantly transmitting intelligence and other parameters to the Ukrainian military.
“These are all actions that do not contribute to the quick completion of the “special operation”, but are not capable of hindering the achievement of the goals set during the “special military operation,” Peskov said.
He also added that the Russian military continues to block Azovstal, which allows the gum corridors in Mariupol to operate.