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War in Ukraine: Russian Army ‘Depleted’ and Could Be Defeated by 2023, According to US Army General

Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges considers continued military support for Ukrainian troops essential.

Retired US Army Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges said The invasion will end in 2023 If western powers continue to support kyiv.

“The Russians are exhausted”, Hodges told US media Business Insider. “There’s nothing else for them to do now.”

Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, a former commander of the U.S. military in Europe, said Ukraine’s ability to push Russian troops to its borders remains dependent on sanctions and Western support. Arms supply.

Retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges said in a recent interview that Western cooperation in Ukraine could end the war next year. https://t.co/p1ZI4G2XZY

— Newsweek (@Newsweek) July 15, 2022

Continue to provide military support to Ukraine

According to him, whenever the Russians are not a “Excessive firepower advantage”, their Ukrainian counterparts will surely win. thereby, Equip Ukrainian forces with weapons that allow them to engage Russian artilleryAmmunition depots and command posts “Disturbing the only thing the Russians have in their favor”.

Ukraine and A Significant moral advantage, Hodges ruled. Russian troops will suffer from a lack of resources and capabilities, preventing them from developing them “Significant progress” On the battlefield.

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