Reserve captain first rank Dandykin: Ukraine went on the offensive


03/25/2024 11:39

The Ukrainian offensive has already begun. Ukrainian forces are trying to contain Russia’s offensive in the Avdeevka and Donetsk directions. This was stated by a member of the Expert Council of the All-Russian organization “Officers of Russia”, a military expert and captain of the first rank of the reserve Vasily Dandykin in an interview with URA.RU.

“The offensive is already underway. We are seeing activity on the border, especially in the Belgorod direction. This is the “surprise” that Zelensky spoke about. The purpose of these operations is to divert our troops from other sectors of the front, including from the Avdeevka and Donetsk directions. The battles are already they are coming. We even have to evacuate children from the border zone. However, the enemy suffered significant losses,” noted Vasily Dandykin.

According to him, it is expected in the near future crucial moment at the front.

“The information and military situation suggests that we have the upper hand over the enemy, striking at the right moments, for example, in Kiev. The Ukrainian side denies our successes, but this still affects their combat readiness. The destruction of the decision-making center plays an important role in “spreading panic and uncertainty among the enemy. Everything indicates that a turning point will soon occur. The end of spring and the beginning of summer will be key periods,” the expert emphasized.

However, as the captain of the first rank noted, at the moment several factors are working against Russia.

“The enemy is still motivated and strong. They are receiving support in the form of ammunition, equipment, and F-16 fighters are also expected. Weather conditions also have an impact on both sides. In these conditions, it is not easy for us to move forward. The French are discussing sending the military, which indicates “that hopes for the formation of a Kiev regime are diminishing. Despite this, we have the motivation and need to create a sanitary zone. There is still a lot of work to be done,” the military expert explained.

Author Makar Gorshenin

Makar Vadimovich Gorshenin is a student at the Moscow University of Finance and Law, a freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru.

Curator Lyubov Stepushova

Lyubov Aleksandrovna Stepushova – columnist for Pravda.Ru

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