There is new information about the hasty visit of the President of Russia, V. Putin, to the Kremlin a few days ago. According to sources, a “space object” was launched two hours after Putin’s arrival in the Kremlin at 23.00 Moscow local time on Saturday.
According to the same sources, this is not a satellite but rather “some kind of weapon” related to the implementation of “Directive 135” and the final battle between NATO and Russia.
What happens to “Directive 135”
“Directive 135” was republished by Chinese analysts in connection with a NATO-Russia war.
“There is a mystery surrounding this directive. NATO countries have not been able to decipher the message regarding “Directive 135 ″ on a secret Russian radio wave” , the Chinese report. And they add:
” The Russian station, known as UVB-76, has been on the minds of NATO experts for half a century, but they still cannot decipher the text that is being broadcast. The station emits at a frequency of 4625 kHz and transmits fast, monotonous, repetitive signals around the clock at a rate of about 25 tons per minute.
“If you tune the recorder to 4625 kilohertz, you will hear very strange sounds,” say Chinese journalists.
In addition, voices that transmit messages in Russian periodically burst into the air. Sometimes it is some kind of encryption, for example, the message: “66 65 23 45 POYARAF 02 17 45 17”.
Sometimes short phrases such as “Debut Officer of the Service Communication Center”, “Uspenskaya”. Received a control call from Nadezhda. Understandable “ .
It has been broadcasting since 1970!
The exact start date of the show is unknown, but the radio station began broadcasting strange messages in the 1970s. Since then, many experts have been trying to unravel the messages and wondering about the purpose of UVB-76, but in vain.
“In fact, in the days of the Cold War, many countries learned about the mysterious UVB-76 station. At that time, everyone thought he was the secret code of Russia, so they watched him every day, hoping to solve some mysteries with him. “The United States has been particularly concerned about this,” said Chinese analysts.
This idea is not so absurd, since at that time agents from different countries used the radio to communicate. Subsequently, NATO experts also joined the UVB-76 study. But the investigation was unsuccessful, much to the chagrin of the United States and its allies.
“Their failure further aroused their interest in research and they believed that the more difficult the mystery was, the more important it was. “No one believed that a Russian radio station would broadcast meaningless messages every day . “
What happened in 2013
However, over time, interest in the station began to wane, although it did not stop broadcasting after the collapse of the USSR.
In 2013, however, something happened that greatly upset the opponents of the Russian Federation.
UVB-76 broadcast shocking news: “Directive 135 has been implemented”!
This message confused the representatives of NATO: no one understood what the mysterious “Directive 135” meant. Some experts say that this is a kind of secret mission. In any case, no one has yet been able to reveal the coded content of the UVB-76 show , the Chinese say, insisting that the mystery is related to NATO.
Chinese analysts: Russia to be very careful
“Russia should pay close attention to the words of the NATO Secretary General, which were said shortly before the Madrid summit,” Chinese media reported.
“Since the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, NATO members have been deeply involved in what is happening. The Alliance countries provided large military aid to Kyiv, which, in fact, made NATO Russia’s second enemy after Ukraine in the outbreak of the conflict.
Recently, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced publicly that it was already clear to everyone: the Western military bloc considers Russia a threat to its security. Of course, NATO members have been aggressive towards Moscow in the past, but the 2010 strategy identified Russia as a strategic partner. Now Stoltenberg has officially confirmed his unfriendly position towards the Russian Federation.
“This is obviously the first time since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict that NATO has made such a hostile statement publicly about Russia.”
Chinese analysts say the secretary-general’s remarks contain a warning that is dangerous for Moscow. Most likely, the Stoltenberg statement is directly related to the forthcoming NATO summit in Madrid, which is scheduled for June 29 and 30.
According to them, at the Madrid summit, NATO countries will reach an agreement on military assistance to Ukraine and will officially declare Russia their enemy. Therefore, Moscow should heed Stoltenberg’s words, which contain a dangerous warning.
“Apart from seeing Russia as a security threat, Stoltenberg also said: NATO must be prepared for the fact that the Russian-Ukrainian conflict will last for several years. “Even if the price is high, Western countries can not refuse their military assistance to Ukraine .
This means that NATO intends to deepen the Ukrainian conflict by supplying Kyiv with more and more weapons. The United States and other countries in the military bloc thus hope to prevent Moscow from achieving the goals of the special operation.
“In the near future, Russia will have to face not only the war waged by Western countries against it on the economic front, but also the risk of re-equipping Ukraine with NATO forces,” they conclude.
Lavrov’s recent statements: “The EU and NATO are preparing for a large-scale war with Russia” are not accidental.