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Oleksiy Danilov: The war for Russia has entered a new stage


Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov believes that every step of the Russian Federation worsens the situation and brings it closer to the finale.

He announced this on Facebook.

The war for Russia has reached the stage of strategic zugzwang – every move aggravates the situation and brings it closer to the finale.

Oleksiy Danilov

In particular, he listed five signs of such a situation in the Russian Federation.

“Firstly, Putin’s mobilization turned into the flight of more than 500 thousand Russians, a demonstration of the rottenness of the Russian system, the death of unprepared conscripts, the growth of indignation of the “deep people”, a drop in the level of support for the war, and most importantly, it became a powerful factor in political destabilization in the Russian Federation,” noted the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council.

“Secondly. The attempt to annex Ukrainian territories is an unprecedented in the history of the UN consolidation of the world around supporting Ukraine and condemning Russia (vote of the UN General Assembly, October 12, 2022),” Danilov said.

“Thirdly, Putin’s nuclear blackmail is a complete reset and modernization of NATO structures, an increase in the budget, rearmament, readiness and ability for a tough and immediate response.” partners – India and China,” the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council said.

“Fourthly, the rocket attacks of the Russians on the capital, cities of Ukraine and critical infrastructure are accelerating the allies’ decision to transfer modern air defense systems to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, creating a powerful air defense system (Ramstein-6, October 12, 2022),” Danilov stated.

“Fifth. Most importantly, the aggressive war unleashed to destroy Ukraine has led to the formation of a single political Ukrainian nation, the strength of which is growing, and the unity of the Russian pseudo-federation is melting and entering the stage of half-life,” the NSDC Secretary summed up.