January 30, 2023


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British Intelligence: Russia lacks qualitative forces to seize key regions of Ukraine

British Intelligence: Russia lacks qualitative forces to seize key regions of Ukraine

While there has been a great focus in recent months on the city and province of Kharkiv (oblast) in the northeast and the city and province of Kherson in southeastern Ukraine, fierce battles are now taking place more between them, About the small towns of Pavlovka and Volydar in the center of the southern Donetsk region.

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Russia’s plan: – Unlikely

Both the Russians and the Ukrainians have sent significant forces to the region, but only limited areas have changed hands in recent weeks of heavy fighting.

Now, British military sources claim that Russia has a long way to go to gain control of the very important and central region within one of the two provinces initially most interested in capturing, as annexed in September – Donetsk and Luhansk, which together make up the Donbass.

According to intelligence from the British Ministry of Defense, Russia’s assessment is that “The region has the potential to be a springboard for further advances north into Donetsk to retake Ukrainian-controlled areas “, Type Voice of America (Voice of America).

However, the British Ministry of Defense wrote on Twitter that the chance of Putin’s people achieving this goal is very small.It is unlikely that Russia will be able to muster enough quality forces for an operational breakthroughยป.

On the occasion of the great famine and the promised grain

On Saturday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hosted a summit in Kyiv to mark the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, the famine Joseph Stalin inflicted on Ukraine in the winter of 1932-33.

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Zelensky used the occasion to reaffirm Ukraine’s commitment to exporting grain to the world market.

– In general, through the Ukrainian grain program, by the end of spring we will send at least 60 ships from our ports – at least ten per month – to countries in danger of hunger and drought. The Ukrainian president said that these countries are Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Congo, Kenya and Nigeria.