18:52 20 Feb 2024

Solutions to win: Ukraine unveils revamped Main Intelligence Bot to assist occupied territories in fighting against Russian regime

Photo: Main Intelligence Directorate

The Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine is launching the updated "Main Intelligence Bot."

Ukraine's intelligence reported this.

What is the problem?

During the two years of the war, Ukrainians and all those who opposed Russia's military aggression sent information that helped:

  • destroy warehouses, structures, occupiers' equipment, ships, etc.;
  • obtain important information about the forces and means of the enemy, the location of high-ranking officials, collaborators, etc.;
  • discover the plans of the occupiers and act in advance;
  • record the consequences of blows inflicted on the occupiers.

"We thank everyone who sent information through the official Telegram bot and thereby brought Ukraine's victory over the aggressor country closer and continues to bring it closer," the message reads.

What is the solution?

The updated official communication channel of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, known as the "Main Intelligence Bot," is now active and available for residents of the temporarily occupied territories. The Main Directorate of Intelligence encourages all concerned citizens to spread the word about the bot to their relatives, friends, and acquaintances living in these areas to combat the occupation regime.

How does it work?

If someone possesses crucial information for Ukraine's intelligence to eradicate the Russian adversary, they should send a message to the official Telegram bot: https://t.me/gur_official_bot.

It is noted that each bot user receives basic safety instructions when transmitting information, which must be studied in detail and followed.

More information about the "Main Intelligence Bot" can be found here.


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