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Burba: Ermak said to postpone Wagner detention was Zelenskyi's instruction.

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"My first deputy (Ruslan Baranetsky. - Ed.) Came to the Office to report changes in the situation on the active event. We did not get to the president. It was reported that we will go down, and we were asked to go to the second floor, in the office of the head of the office ", - said Burba.

At this time, according to him, the special operation has already reached the final stage.

"I was instructed to postpone the final stage. I did not just receive instruction, I received the answer that it was an instruction of the president. That is, the person who was delegated was present before (Andriy Yermak. - Ed.), Said that it was a team President. ... There was no written order," Burba added.

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The intelligence officer explained that he was unable to visit the president himself, so he was forced to listen to the head of his office.

"A person comes and says: he is delegated. Not just to listen, but I received an instruction from him to transfer. That is, we did not have a written order. We had a person delegated by the president, who was in the material, heard reports. We are from him received an instruction. An instruction from the President of Ukraine," he stressed.

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