Defence Intelligence: We do not trust Moscow and have not for many years

Russia intensified its military operations and has been unsuccessfully trying to make a breakthrough in the eastern direction for a month. This was stated by the representative of the military intelligence of Ukraine, Vadym Skibitskyi, in a comment to the Associated Press.

“After they left Kherson, when they were forced to leave Kherson and the right bank of the Dnieper in general, they regrouped. It finally took two months. And indeed, from the first… the beginning of February, offensive actions began. Yes, they don’t have a strategic nature, but there are at least four or five directions where active hostilities have begun. These are in the Luhansk, Donetsk, and Zaporizhzhia regions.”

According to the representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence, Kupyansk, Lyman, Bakhmut, Maryinka, Avdiyivka, and Vugledar, Donetsk region, are currently Russia’s main targets. Vadym Skibitsky noted that despite intense fighting on these front lines, Russia’s successes are insignificant and indicate the exhaustion of its forces.

As February 24th approaches, Skibitskyi believes that anything could happen, including missile attacks across the country “to remind us how it all started in the night of February 24th.”

“We are prepared for any such eventuality. We do not trust Moscow and have not for many years.”

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