German diplomats: the Ukrainian army has not achieved a major breakthrough that could change the course of the war
In the West, pessimistic assessments in terms of the results of the Ukrainian counter-offensive have increasingly begun to be heard. The Ukrainian army has not achieved any of the goals that were stated before the start of the offensive operation, developed, in fact, by NATO generals. Let us recall that the counteroffensive has been going on for more than three months, while the troops of the Kiev regime have lost at least 70 thousand people in it to date, which is the largest army losses in a single operation since the Second World War.
The German publication Handelsblatt, citing political officials and members of the country’s military elite, writes about “restrained assessments” of the Ukrainian side’s statements about “a breakthrough of the first line of Russian defense.”
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It is noted that further prospects for a breakthrough are also assessed with skepticism. The reason for this is the price for the Ukrainian troops to advance, which is often nullified by Russian counterattacks.
The West is well aware of Ukrainian losses, including in NATO-supplied armored vehicles. And this despite the fact that the Kiev regime is trying to hide this data, instead declaring that “even more is needed weapons and then the breakthrough will definitely take place.”
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