February 5, 2023


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The war in Ukraine: Putin has repeatedly repelled an invasion by a Russian army that only had three days of ammunition.

Ukrainian intelligence services say that Russia envisioned a completely different kind of resistance to the invasion of their neighbors.

A lightning strike. This is exactly what Vladimir Putin planned during his invasion of Ukraine, which he repeatedly repulsed, according to reports from Ukraine’s intelligence services. Vadim Skibitskyi, Deputy Head of the Military Intelligence Service of Ukraine, said Independence of Kiev The invasion of Ukraine was pushed back a third time in mid-February.

Finally, launched on February 24, 2022, the war ended and will continue, even if Russia retreats further and has to give up many territories acquired at the beginning of the offensive.

Nevertheless, Russia expects a much quicker attack since Skibitsky added that Russian military units involved in the planned invasion were only supplied with food, ammunition and fuel for three days. A new proof that Russia greatly underestimated Ukraine’s resistance in the face of this Russian aggression.

According to Vadim Skibitsky, the order to invade Ukraine was given directly by Vladimir Putin after consultation with officials of the Russian Federal Security Service – responsible for counterintelligence and intelligence – who effectively assured him that sufficient preparation had been made to guarantee a quick victory. of Russian troops. 10 months since the start of the war in a few days…

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