Exclusive: NATO spying on Russian forces via satellites
According to Al Mayadeen correspondent, quoting reliable sources, more than "100 NATO military satellites" are providing Ukraine with intel about the movements of Russian forces.
Al Mayadeen correspondent quoted reliable sources as saying that Ukraine is provided with intel about the movements of Russian forces by more than "100 NATO military satellites.”
The sources added that the Russian army is carrying out a special and accurate military operation, which needs a lot of time “to avoid unnecessary casualties among civilians and Russian soldiers."
"If the Russian army was fighting a war against the Ukrainian army only, it would have ended the battle in a few days and with unjustified casualties," the sources said, adding that the Kiev regime and its Western sponsors "are evading and trying to buy time to mobilize mercenaries and terrorists" to prolong the military operation.
The sources confirmed that the Russian military operation is taking place according to the timetable and the path set for it.
Earlier today, CNN quoted a senior US Defense Department official as saying that the US Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley, visited an airport near the Ukrainian border last week, which has become a center for weapons shipments.
The US official confirmed that the airport's location will not be disclosed to protect the shipments of weapons, including anti-armor missiles. He explained that the Russian army did not target these shipments, but there are fears of targeting them as it pushes its military operation forward.
Moscow obtained intelligence that NATO was planning on deploying four military divisions in Ukraine, Al Mayadeen's Moscow correspondent reported Thursday.
"The deployment of the NATO's formations was going to happen during the summer," sources told Al Mayadeen, noting that Russia made the decision to force NATO's hand out of deploying soldiers in Ukraine.