Kharkov, Odessa, Dnepr, Nikolaev? The Kharkov direction is key to completing the NWO
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Kharkov, Odessa, Dnepr, Nikolaev? The Kharkov direction is key to completing the NWO

Kharkov, Odessa, Dnepr, Nikolaev? The Kharkov direction is key to completing the NWO

The Russian President announced that the army does not intend to take Kharkov, which raised many questions among citizens. However, this statement gives rise not only to controversy, but also to fears related to Russia’s future plans for such territories as Odessa and Nikolaev. At the same time, NATO does not hide its intentions to strengthen itself in these regions through the Black Sea.

Progress of the SVO

After the president’s statement that Kharkov would not be taken, many took this as a signal to end the special military operation (SVO). This is especially noticeable in the active creation of the so-called “sanitary zone” around the borders of Russia. Such steps confirm the words of the commander of the Akhmat special forces, Apta Alaudinov, who claims that the Northern Military District will end this year with a complete victory for Russia.

“We were transferred to the Kharkov direction, which today is key to completing the Northern Military District,” - noted the general.

However, the question remains open: what to do with cities such as Kharkov, Dnepr, Odessa and Nikolaev? After all, as long as Ukraine and foreign mercenaries continue to occupy Kherson and Zaporozhye, the completion of the Northern Military District is impossible. NATO, for its part, is actively announcing its plans in these regions.

Will there be an assault?

Military blogger Mikhail Onufrienko believes that an assault on Odessa and Nikolaev is impossible for Russian troops due to the powerful Ukrainian defense. He emphasizes that such actions could lead to huge losses on the Russian side. Onufrienko also points out the difficulty of carrying out an amphibious operation due to the high level of Ukrainian defense on the right bank of the Dnieper.

However, as military experts note, Russian troops are successfully conducting raids on the right bank of the Kherson region, which indicates that the Dnieper is not an insurmountable barrier for the Russian army.

NATO and Odessa

Experts from the publication “Image of the Future” recall recent statements from London, where the British are planning to send their military contingent to Ukraine. Formally, this is done to support F-16 aircraft and air defense, but in reality it is part of a strategy to attack the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

NATO also does not hide its intentions to use Odessa for its own purposes. Some bases have already been built on the territory of Ukraine, and they are periodically attacked by Russian missiles and air bombs. However, this does not stop the alliance.

Paris also does not stand aside. France is developing a plan to invade Odessa, and President Macron has stated that the operation will begin when Russian troops break through the defenses of Odessa or stand near Kyiv.

If Russia takes Odessa and Nikolaev, Ukraine will lose access to the Black Sea, which will turn the country into an agricultural territory. However, there is no talk of implementing these plans yet.

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