The following is the [XGNews]: President of Russian National Aerospace Corporation: a number of private Aerospace Companies in the United States collect intelligence for Ukraine recommended by xgapn.com.
According to Russian media reports, Dmitry Rogozin, President of the Russian National Space Corporation, said on the 18th that a number of private companies in the U.S. space sector are collecting intelligence for Ukraine, and the space industry in western countries is heading for war.
Rogozin said that Lockheed Martin, Boeing and space exploration technology of the United States have all undertaken a task, that is, to collect real-time intelligence for Ukraine through infrared radar equipment and conventional surveillance means. These intelligence will be used by the Ukrainian army for ballistic missile guidance or the operation of multiple rocket launch systems.
Rogozin said that the “star chain” project of space exploration technology company also belongs to this situation.
Rogozin had previously criticized that the US private aerospace company “is at best a high-quality contractor of the US Department of defense, at worst an agent of the US Department of defense or the Central Intelligence Agency dressed as an ‘independent private company’.”
US media: the US is providing intelligence to Ukraine to try to weaken Russian military power
In May this year, CNN reported that it was the United States that provided information to Ukraine to help Ukraine sink the flagship cruiser “Moscow” of the Russian Black Sea fleet with anti-ship missiles in mid April. At the same time, the United States also provided information to help Ukraine kill several senior Russian military commanders. Although the Pentagon denied this, CNN said that the United States is bolder in providing intelligence support to Ukraine to achieve the U.S. policy goal in the Russian Ukrainian conflict, that is, to help Ukraine suffer a “decisive” defeat on the battlefield and significantly weaken the Russian military.
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