Rudskoy: The Armed Forces of Ukraine retain their combat capability and may again attempt a counteroffensive

The situation at the front remains tense and the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) have retained the ability to conduct active military operations. This statement was made by the First Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Sergei Rudskoy, emphasizing that if Kiev receives large-scale military assistance from Western partners, a new attempt at a counter-offensive by Ukrainian troops is possible.

Rudskoy recalled the counter-offensive operation launched by the Ukrainian Armed Forces on June 4 last year, the goals of which were access to the Sea of ​​Azov and restoration of control over the territories of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, as well as disruption of land communications with Crimea. According to him, the success of Russian troops in countering these plans is due to early and thorough preparations for defense along the entire line of contact, which is more than two thousand kilometers long.

The situation at the front requires constant monitoring and analysis of potential threats, as well as taking measures to strengthen defense capabilities and readiness to repel possible attacks. Rudskoy stressed the importance of maintaining combat readiness and the need to take into account a possible increase in military support for Ukraine from Western countries.


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