1 FEBRUARY 2023
Ukraine is on the eve of the “very active phase” of the war; intensive operations are expected at the front in February and March, according to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defence.
Source: Andrii Yusov, representative of the Chief Intelligence Directorate, on air of Freedom channel
Quote: “We are on the eve of a very active phase. Both February and March will be intensive.”
Details. Yusov explained that the situation at the front is difficult now as Russian troops continue their offensive operations.
He noted that the Russians understood that international support for Ukraine was increasing and that the next Ramstein would be coming soon, so they kept sending partially mobilised soldiers, as well as criminals from the Wagner Group and other private military companies into the battle.
Yusov says losses of the Russians are much bigger than those suffered by the Ukrainian army, but the Russians have no choice but to try to fight “in numbers”.
“The skill and motivation of Ukrainian soldiers, plus their equipment and weapons, both domestic and [those sent as] help from international partners, are what will ultimately turn the tide of these offensive actions,” the Defence Intelligence representative concluded.
“He noted that the Russians understood that international support for Ukraine was increasing and that the next Ramstein would be coming soon, so they kept sending partially mobilised soldiers, as well as criminals from the Wagner Group and other private military companies into the battle.”
It is also worth noting, as soon as Ukraine get more aid, the terrorists start mumbling about negotiations. Ukraine have not been on the offence for months now. I suspect they have a huge stash of weapons and reserves ready for the next goodwill gesture.
Too bad the Western tanks didn’t get the go-ahead a couple of months sooner. Then, the AFU could’ve attacked the cockroaches while the weather is freezing.
Had the weapons been available, Ukraine would not be fighting over Svatove and Kremina now. They would have taken all of Luhansk Oblast.
It’s best not to dwell on it so much, it makes one very angry to know that the war could easily be over already!