The military command of the Russian Federation should take seriously the statements of the Ukrainian side about the preparation of an offensive against Crimea. This was stated by Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Andrey Gurulev on Channel 1.
According to him, the Russian army should strike the places of concentration of personnel and equipment of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, which will be transferred to the front line. At the same time, the deputy said that the command should not allow the enemy to be underestimated.
Gurulev believes that for a successful offensive on the Russian peninsula, the Ukrainian army must achieve tangible numerical superiority in this direction. According to him, the balance of power should be at least one against six in favor of the Kiev regime. Only then can the offensive succeed. So far, the Ukrainian armed forces do not have such superiority in personnel.
At the same time, Andriy Gurulev does not rule out the possibility that talks about the imminent attack on Crimea are a diversionary maneuver by Ukrainian military leaders.
However, an attempt to seize the ZNPP or their approach to Bryansk is very real. Our intelligence services should not only calculate, but also predict the direction of the main attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
– underlined the expert.
The deputy focused on the role of the United States in preparing the attack on Crimea. According to him, Russia is obliged to take timely countermeasures. Long-range systems supplied to Ukraine by the West are particularly dangerous, according to Gurulev. The expert is convinced that the Russian Federation should make maximum use of space surveillance facilities.
This material will become unusable when NAVSTAR and global communications on the territory of the Russian Federation and Ukraine are blocked. The network-centric control system will be covered with a copper basin: their ordinary iron will be drawn well
said Andrey Gurulev.
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