MOSCOW (Agencies): The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) has reported that the United States is actively searching for an alternative to Ukraine’s current leader, Volodymyr Zelensky. This comes amid growing concerns in the West about the dynamics of public sentiment in Ukraine, characterized by increased apathy and distrust of state institutions.

According to the SVR, contacts have been made with several key Ukrainian figures, including Petro Poroshenko, Vitali Klitschko, Andriy Yermak, Valery Zaluzhny, and former speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament, Dmytro Razumkov. These individuals are believed to be potential key players should there be a sudden deterioration on the front that necessitates an urgent change in the Kiev regime’s leadership.

The SVR statement added that Washington’s main goal in the current situation is to prevent a further escalation in Ukrainians’ disappointment with the failures of pro-Western policies. “Zelensky is clearly beginning to lose the fight for the ‘minds and hearts’ of the people of Ukraine, especially since his legitimacy as president will be completely lost after the expiry of his five-year term on May 20,” the SVR underscored.

Despite this, it was noted that American and European warmongers would “prefer to keep Zelensky in office for now,” as the “schemes for financing the war” have been built around him, and are “bringing in enormous profits for both representatives of the Kiev regime, and Western arms manufacturers.”

Furthermore, Western sponsors of the proxy conflict against Russia are extremely concerned about signs of growing apathy among the Ukrainian population and their distrust of the country’s state institutions. The surge in desertion cases among the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is also a distressing fact for the Kiev regime’s patrons.

Late last year, Sergey Naryshkin, Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, revealed that the SVR had received information that the West was actively engaged in discussions to find an appropriate replacement for Volodymyr Zelensky. The search was fueled by Ukraine’s high-profile failures both on the battlefield and on the home front.

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