Denis Kireev Wiki
Denis Kireev Biography
Who was Denis Kireev?
Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said Denis Kireev, 45, was a spy and former banker who was killed during an operation to “defend the nation.”
After his death, the government hailed him as a “hero”, but parliamentarians claimed he was shot and killed by Ukraine’s security service after resisting arrest on suspicion of “treason”.
Kireev was photographed sitting on the Ukrainian side of the negotiating table during last week’s peace talks with Russia on February 28, despite not being on the official delegation list, and his role in the summit is not Clear.
Both Russia and Ukraine have made claims about his alleged espionage activities, each blaming him for working for the other side.
The Russian newspaper Pravda reported that Ukraine’s security service had “clear evidence” of his suspicion of treason, which included telephone conversations.
An official statement from the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said: “During the execution of special tasks, three spies were killed, employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
‘The fate of Alexei Ivanovich, Chibineev Valery Viktorovich, Denis Borisovich Kireev.
They perished defending the Ukraine and their rank brought us closer to victory!
‘We express our sincere condolences to the families of the victims.
‘Heroes don’t die! They live as long as we remember them!
‘Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!
Photos were posted online yesterday allegedly showing Kireev dead before rumors began to circulate that he was spying for Russia.
The Prime Minister led the condemnation of Russia
The Prime Minister led the condemnation of Russia and said that the world must unite under his plan to thwart the aggression.
In his action plan, Johnson called for: the creation of an international humanitarian coalition for Ukraine; a boost to Kiev’s military self-defense; an increase in sanctions on Moscow; concerted diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the crisis; and ‘a rapid campaign to strengthen security and resilience throughout the Euro-Atlantic area’.
In addition, Johnson wants to combat “the growing normalization of what Russia is doing in Ukraine,” as he fears the impact of Putin’s actions is beginning to fade.
It comes as dramatic footage emerged yesterday of the final moments of the Russian attack helicopter shot down by Ukrainian soldiers in a rural village some 25 miles outside of Kiev.
The Mi-24 was hit by a rocket before plummeting to earth, hitting the ground head-on, with all its pilots and navigators feared dead.
Their deaths came on a day when the Russian air force lost up to eight aircraft, as well as multirole, attack and close air support aircraft and a drone.
And yesterday, in another notable development, Putin was pressured by his own soldiers to stop the war.
At a press conference in Kiev, the captured Russian troops condemned the mission and called on their fellow citizens to unite against the conflict.