“The front may collapse”: terrorist Girkin “predicted” a new breakthrough of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

The Ukrainian defenders have “excellent prospects,” the terrorist believes.

Igor Strelkov-Girkin / photo REUTERS
Igor Strelkov-Girkin / photo REUTERS

Terrorist Igor Strelkov-Girkin continues to acknowledge the successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the defeat of the Russian army. This time, he predicted a quick breakthrough of the Ukrainian defenders to the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov and directly to Volnovakha and Mariupol: with luck, “the front can collapse in the same way as near Izyum.”

He wrote about this in Telegram .

“There is a growing wave of reports about the concentration of enemy forces in the Ugledar direction. (They also come to me, not only from the Internet). In our country – as far as I know (first hand) – in this area the picture is not much different from the one that had place in the Balakleya region a week ago. I can’t give details, I told anyone who needs it,” he wrote.

“From the enemy’s point of view, a strike in this direction is quite logical – until the command of the RF Armed Forces managed to withdraw reserves there from the abandoned Kharkov region. And it promises excellent prospects – with a breakthrough to the coast of the Sea of ​​\u200b\u200bAzov and directly to Volnovakha and Mariupol. With luck – the front can collapse in the same way as under Izyum,” Girkin added.

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

  1. “With luck – the front can collapse in the same way as under Izyum,” Girkin added.”

    This has absolutely nothing to do with luck. This has to do with pure skill, intelligence, courage and the knowledge of each and every Ukrainian soldier about what is at stake here. They aren’t fighting for the next rape or stolen washing machine.

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