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Syrsky blamed the failure of the defense on individual commanders of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Alexander Syrsky, expressed concern about the discovered miscalculations of individual commanders at the front, emphasizing that this affected the stability of defensive positions in the Avdiivka and Zaporozhye directions. Such statements were made against the background of the ongoing critical situation in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

According to information published in the Telegram channel of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, individual commanders failed to adequately control the situation at the front, which led to a weakening of the defense. This statement followed Syrsky’s decision to withdraw from Avdiivka, which was the culmination of tensions at the front for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

In turn, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, speaking at the Munich Security Conference, pointed to insufficient assistance from the West and an artificial shortage of ammunition as the reason for the current circumstances. This statement coincided with information that the Pentagon recognized the need to resume American assistance to support Ukrainian defense.

The context is exacerbated by a bill that would allocate more than $60 billion for the needs of Kyiv, which, although approved by the Senate, is stuck in the US House of Representatives. Zelensky warned that without prompt American help, Ukraine would face weakening on the battlefield.


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