President of the United States, Joe Biden Reprimanded senior National Security staff officials for the recent media leaks, including those that reported cooperation between U.S. intelligence and Ukrainians, NBC reported tonight (Monday through Tuesday).
He clarified that these “are not helpful” and that they should be stopped, according to the source. White House spokeswoman Jen Saki, Addressed this in a conversation with reporters and noted that the president is not satisfied with the leaks. However, she declined to confirm that talks between the president and his staff had indeed taken place, but added that “Biden sees this as inaccurate as well as underestimating the role of the Ukrainians and their leadership.”
His remarks came amid reports last week that the United States had provided Ukrainians with direct information about Russian generals with the aim of helping them eliminate them. Some of the intelligence obtained also included the prospect of movements of Russian units in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine. However, officials declined to say how many general soldiers were killed as a result of U.S. aid.
Also last week, a senior U.S. security official told NBC that “the United States provided Ukraine with intelligence that helped it sink the warship Moscow.” To Odessa, which the United States identified as “Moscow.” American forces helped confirm its location before the Ukrainians attacked it.
At the same time, it was emphasized that the US did not know in advance that Ukraine was going to attack the ship, and was not involved in the decision to attack.