Emily Horne, spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council, released a statement calling CNN’s report about an alleged warning by US President Joe Biden during a telephone conversation with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky about Russia’s “imminent invasion” disinformation.
According to Horne in her microblog on Twitter, the journalists of the channel published “sensational information” based on some unnamed informed sources in Zelensky’s administration. However, this turned out to be fake.
“This is not true. President Biden said that there is a possibility that Russian troops could invade Ukraine in February 2022. He has previously stated this publicly, and we have been warning about this for several months,” she stressed. official.
Hornw added that all reports of anything more or different than this are completely false.
Recall that earlier there was information that, allegedly during a conversation with Zelensky, Biden warned his interlocutor that the Russian invasion of Nezalezhnaya was “almost inevitable”, and Kiev needed to “prepare for a strike”, and the capital of Ukraine itself allegedly could be “plundered by Russian troops “.
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