The situation at the front will be tense in the coming months
Russian troops throw their bodies into Ukrainian positions. In February and March, the situation will remain tense.
The coming months at the front will be very difficult. This was stated by Andriy Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, on the air of the Freedom TV channel.
He noted that now the Russian troops continue to try to go on the offensive and throw their bodies at Ukrainian positions.
At the same time, Ukrainian defenders, unlike the occupiers, fight with skill, not numbers.
“The situation is very complicated: the enemy continues to advance. Therefore, in fact, the enemy’s losses are much higher than those of the Ukrainian army. Unfortunately, we also have losses. But the skill and motivation of Ukrainian fighters, plus equipment and weapons, both our domestic and help from our partners is what will eventually turn the tide of offensive actions (of Russia – ed.),” Yusov said.
He noted that the next two months at the front would be difficult.
“Both February and March will be very active actions,” the intelligence officer noted.
However, he added that, given the state of the troops and equipment that the occupiers have, they have no choice but to fight in numbers.
Recall that the National Security and Defense Council also warned of a maximum escalation in the near future.
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