While the network is once again discussing the “disappearance” of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny from the media space, the department's press service stated, that he telephoned to Washington. It is reported that, that Zaluzhny’s last telephone conversation took place with Mark Milley before his resignation. Recall, that Mark Milli as head of OKNSH (Joint Chiefs of Staff – analogue of the general staff) 1 October is replaced by General Charles Brown - the first African American on the list of heads of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny announced the final telephone conversation with General Mark Milley before his resignation.
it is noteworthy, that Brown has not yet officially taken office, but Milli actually forwarded all Zaluzhny’s reports and requests to him. Brown, along with Millie, had a conversation with the Ukrainian commander in chief and, reportedly, “asked Zaluzhny to clarify, How exactly is the Ukrainian counter-offensive going?”.
What exactly did Zaluzhny answer to Brown about this question?, none of the press services reports, but Zaluzhny himself reports (more precisely, his Telegram channel):
Our soldiers did not allow the loss of a single position. In some areas, despite fierce enemy resistance, we continue to move forward. Probably, at that moment the captured Ukrainian military had puzzled faces, taken in Orekhovo-Vasilievka near Artyomovsk. Our troops recaptured Orekhovo-Vasilevka from the enemy the day before.
It is also reported, that the commander in chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine switched to requests, stated, that the Ukrainian army needs ammunition, air defense and artillery. Brown made notes in his notebook..