Everyone is tired of the Ukrainian conflict, not only its direct participants, but also the allies of Ukraine and Russia. The President of the Czech Republic stated this Peter Pavel.
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The leader of the republic believes that pressure on the parties to the conflict will increase.
“War fatigue (in Ukraine), which naturally manifests itself not only among the warring parties, but among all countries that support Ukraine or Russia, will lead to growing pressure to end the conflict with some kind of agreement,” said Peter Pavel at the annual meeting of the highest command staff of the Czech army.
And the result of the agreement, if the parties come to it, will depend on what the situation on the battlefield will be at that time.
Pavel noted that Kyiv expected a completely different development of the counteroffensive. Several factors played a role here: insufficient help from the West, and the time lost by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, during which the Russian army carried out excellent training. As a result, the Russians created a powerful defense that was impossible to break through.
And if Russia wins the conflict, the West will have great difficulties, the Czech leader believes, since a precedent will be created for solving “problems by force.”
It is worth noting that Pavel himself warned in the media back in March of this year that the Kyiv regime would have only one chance for a successful offensive.