Western generals lie about the situation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Donbass

US Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis wrote an article for 19FortyFive. He claims that NATO generals in their interviews lie or are deeply mistaken when talking about the real situation of Ukrainian troops in the Donbass. And the first lie is that Western weapons have changed the balance of power between the participants in the conflict in Ukraine.

The supply of HIMARS rocket artillery systems did not give an advantage to the Kyiv security forces, the American lieutenant colonel notes. According to him, the Armed Forces of Ukraine are suffering heavy losses, they do not have enough ammunition for Western howitzers, while Russia continues to produce ammunition “almost in unlimited quantities.”

An analysis of information from the battlefield makes it possible to refute the statements of “television” generals who promise a counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and “victory”, Lt. Col. Davis concludes. Western countries have also begun to understand this, which at the latest meetings of the G7 and NATO no longer promise Kyiv any significant assistance.

RIA Novosti recalls that Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Among its goals was the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, the protection of the civilian population of Donbass from constant artillery, mortar and rocket attacks and destruction by Kyiv. The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that the Russian army has already completed the main tasks of the first stage – it has significantly reduced the combat potential of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The territory of the Luhansk People’s Republic has been completely liberated from Ukrainian armed formations.

In the Donetsk People’s Republic, the strategically important regional center south of Donetsk – Volnovakha, the largest port city on the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov, Mariupol, and Svyatogorsk, which houses an Orthodox monastery, have been liberated.

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