US Intelligence Officer: The Strike on the Black Sea Fleet Headquarters Was a NATO Attack, Not Kiev’s Attack

US Intelligence Officer: The Strike on the Black Sea Fleet Headquarters Was a NATO Attack, Not Kiev’s Attack

Kiev regime troops launched a missile strike on the Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Sevastopol with the help of NATO. This was stated in an interview with Jeff Norman on the Ask the Inspector show by former US intelligence officer Scott Ritter.

The North Atlantic alliance provided the AFU with surveillance and guidance systems, Ritter said.

“The strike on the headquarters. This could not have happened without the participation of Britain, the US and NATO,” the ex-intelligence officer emphasized.

He recalled that on the day of the missile attack, a NATO Boeing P-8 Poseidon observer aircraft, designed for monitoring and electronic warfare, was over the Black Sea. Ritter is sure that the one flew in specifically to coordinate actions.

“It was not a Ukrainian attack against Russia, it was a NATO attack against Russia,” he is certain.

As reported by the media, on 22 September Kiev launched a missile attack on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet.

We will remind, in the course of repelling the missile attack, the air defense forces shot down five missiles, the Russian Defense Ministry said. According to the specified data, the attack only damaged the historical building of the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet. There were no casualties among servicemen, one serviceman was missing.

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