Defence Intelligence: Further mobilization will exhaust Russia

Suppose Russia goes ahead with a new round of mobilization. In that case, it will suffer from the same problems that the previous wave revealed, including a lack of modern equipment in good working order and a sufficient number of combat-ready officers. Training a huge influx of untrained people. This was stated by the representative of the military intelligence of Ukraine, Vadym Skibitsky, during an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

They are preparing for the second wave of mobilization, but we believe they will postpone it because they have not overcome all the difficulties they experienced during the first wave. They were not ready for such a large-scale mobilization then, and they are not ready now either.

Vadym Skibitsky
Local residents clear the rubble of a house following a Russian rocket attack in the Zaporizhzhia region of southern Ukraine. ANDRIY ANDRIYENKO/ASSOCIATED PRESS

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