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US Intelligence Forecasted the Timing of Ukrainian Armed Forces’ Offensive Operation.


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Moscow, April 24 – Former U.S. Marine Corps intelligence officer Scott Ritter said in an interview with the U.S. Tour of Duty YouTube channel that a counterattack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces would not happen until mid-summer due to a lack of necessary military equipment.
According to Ritter, this would give more time to grind units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which were preparing to attack Russian defensive positions. The officer predicted that the conflict would end by the end of the summer, because the Ukrainian army would have lost the ability to seriously resist by that time.

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In Kiev, they are constantly talking about an imminent counterattack by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to Prime Minister Dennis Schmihal, it could start in the spring or summer. One of the directions is called the Zaporozhye region, with the aim of reaching the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov.
As noted by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, the Russian military carefully monitors such statements and takes them into account when planning a special operation.

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