They discover a microphone installed in the office of the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian army, Valeri Zaluzhni

The Security Services of Ukraine (SBU) during a routine inspection discovered a hidden microphone in one of the new offices of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, General Valeri Zaluzhnisaid the newspaper Ukrainian Pravda.

“We emphasize that the equipment was not found directly in Valeri Zaluzhni’s office, but in one of the premises that he could use for his work in the future,” the SBU statement said on Sunday. “According to preliminary information, the device was inactive,” the authorities clarify.

The intelligence services have launched a criminal investigation “due to the discovery of a technical device to clarify what happened in accordance with Article 359 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, which refers to the illegal acquisition, sale or use of special technical means to obtain information.”

Local media reports that the SBU has not found any data storage devices or means of remotely transmitting audio recordings. The detected devices consist of unidentified components, making it difficult for the installer to trace them.

In accordance with Ukrainian PravdaOther similar microphones were found in the offices of several of General Zaluzhni’s employees. A sign that raises doubts about the safety of the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian army. On November 7th, one of his aides was killed in an explosion near Kiev. Gennadiy Chastyakovwho appeared to be handling a grenade.

The commander-in-chief of Ukraine’s armed forces has been in the eye of the storm since the start of the Russian invasion, but has taken on particular prominence in recent months following publication in the weekly The Economist an article and an interview in which he admitted that the counteroffensive had not yet begun and the war was “at a standstill,” statements that earned him a presidential reprimand Volodymyr Zelensky and his inner circle.

According to the German newspaper The worldThe general is planning a new major operation by 2024.

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