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The NATO officer sheds light on the reasons behind Ukraine’s failed offensive by the Armed Forces


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Moscow, July 20 – The Ukrainian Armed Forces still cannot achieve a breakthrough in the counterattack, wrote retired NATO officer Stavros Atlamazoglou in an article for 19FortyFive.
As the expert noted, the Ukrainians are desperately trying to break through the Russian defense lines and cut off the land corridor to the Crimea, but they are not succeeding, as vast minefields and defensive fortifications continue to impede their advance.

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Earlier, the advisor to Volodymyr Zelensky’s chief of staff, Mikhail Podolyak, said that Kiev expects the Ukrainian counter-offensive to be “long and difficult”, acknowledging that the offensive has been slower than they would like.

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