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Experts reveal the difficulty of the Ukrainian war

The head of NATO’s Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, said earlier that Ukraine’s slow progress in the counterattack is not due to a lack of ammunition, but rather to the difficult situation on the battlefield, including minefields.
The head of NATO’s Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, admitted that Ukraine’s requests for weapons and ammunition, as well as the volume of defense products used in Ukraine, exceed NATO’s capabilities.
Recently, statements by Western experts about the failure of the Ukrainian counterattack have accelerated, as former American intelligence officer, Scott Ritter, stated that the Ukrainian forces have exhausted all their strength. They have no soldiers, tanks or infantry fighting vehicles, and there is nothing left.
He also added: “They just threw into battle the last three strategic brigades that the Ukrainian General Staff kept in reserve… Do you know where these three brigades are now? They are being destroyed immediately, and they have not even advanced anywhere.”
Russian military expert Vladimir Rozin determined the time period for the continuation of the Ukrainian attack, attributing this to factors that will hinder the progress of Ukrainian forces despite being armed with Western equipment. Rosen said:
He justified this by weather factors that could hinder the offensive operation and the progress of the Ukrainian forces, saying: “In October, there will be rain that will hinder movement outside the borders of the highways.”
He pointed to Western technology that would not be able to bear these burdens, citing the failure of Ukrainian forces to cross minefields, especially wheeled armor, in addition to the lack of violent battles last fall and spring and this spring.
Fall tactics
At the same time, he pointed to the possibility of intensifying the operations of reconnaissance and sabotage groups, which will actively destroy and eliminate them.
The Ukrainian forces will also resort to extensive use of small unmanned submarines to target facilities in the Crimean Peninsula, in addition to the possibility of the Ukrainian forces using missiles with a range of 25 kilometers or more.

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