Volodymyr Zelensky has survived at least 12 assassination attempts since the invasion began

Volodymyr Zelensky has survived at least 12 assassination attempts since the invasion began

In addition, many of the elimination missions were said to have been uncovered by US intelligence before the plans were carried out.

The new information comes in a book written by author Chris Whipple, who wrote a number of books on managing former US presidents.

The death squad’s plans are revealed

In the book The Battle of His Life, several assassination plots against Zelensky, a writer, are mentioned The Independent.

Immediately after the all-out Russian invasion, The Times reported that the president had survived at least three assassination attempts.

Now it turns out that the number of assassinations was as high as 12. There is no specific information about how the Russian death squads operated, where they struck or how close they were to success.

He warned the head of the CIA before the war broke out

CIA Director William Burns is said to have warned President Volodymyr Zelensky of a death threat in a secret meeting while visiting Ukraine even before the Russian invasion on the night of February 24.

Burns’ detailed information is said to have prevented Zelensky from falling into the death trap of the Russians.

That Volodymyr Zelensky was the number one terrorist target of Putin’s forces is no secret. If Russia had managed to eliminate Ukraine’s strongman, it would have been a very hard blow.

Zelensky stood in such a way that he united both the Ukrainian people and large parts of the world in the fight against Russian aggression.

He was named Person of the Year in due course

What the war might have looked like without Zelensky’s energetic and charismatic leadership figure, no one knows, but the fact that it had a tremendous impact on Ukraine’s resilience, massive Western support in the form of massive arms aid, and economic and humanitarian aid is beyond doubt.

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Volodymyr Zelensky has received several awards for his courage and leadership, and was named Person of the Year by the magazine. the time. He has delivered a speech in a number of national forums via video link.

He has also spoken at the Grammy Awards and at the World Bank. Before Christmas, he visited the US Congress where Zelensky handed over the Ukrainian flag from the front in eastern Ukraine.

– pitted the world in a way not seen in decades

Whether fighting for Ukraine fills you with hope or fear, Volodymyr Zelensky has ignited the world in a way not seen in decades. The president of Ukraine was everywhere. In its justification, the magazine wrote that his media attack led to a shift in the geopolitical weather system, and led to a wave of measures that spread across the world.

Rather than flee as the Russians approached Kyiv, Zelensky chose to stay with his people. When the United States offered him evacuation from the country, Zelensky is said to have replied: “I don’t need a ride, but weapons.”

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