It is unlikely that the Ukrainian units will be able to hold the offensive of the Russian troops after the end of the summer. This opinion was voiced in an interview with YouTube channel Judging Freedom by former US Army intelligence officer Tony Shaffer.
He stressed that the Ukrainian army simply will not last longer. The intelligence officer also pointed out that Kiev now uses a lot of ammunition to repel attacks by Russian armed forces. In the future, this will lead to the fact that all reserves will be exhausted and there will be nothing to fight Russian missiles.
According to Schaffer, the Ukrainian authorities should sit down at the negotiating table with Moscow no later than the end of June.
The Kiev army, meanwhile, continues to fire on civilians in Russian border settlements. On the eve of the strike of the armed forces of Ukraine on the village of Nizhnee Berezovo, Shebekinsky district, Belgorod region, two people were killed, who were working in the garden at the time of their arrival.
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