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Intelligence suggests that Putin has sufficent potential to wage war and Moscow plans for 120 days of war

by LLB political Reporter
14th Jun 22 3:20 pm

Ukrainian military intelligence has warned that the Russian Federation still has the sufficient potential to wage a long war in the Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin’s forces are having to redeploy their approaches to the war in Ukraine over how much they succeed or do not, every month.

Vadym Skybytsky, a representative of the Main Intelligence Agency of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, said, “We have confirmed information that the Russians have a plan for 120 days of war.

“Further adjustment of this plan will depend on how much the enemy succeeds or, on the contrary, suffers defeat in the east of Ukraine.

“However, the goal of the so-called special military operation, which Putin announced at the beginning of the war, the Russians have not been able to achieve,”

Skybytsky clarified that due to the military failures of Putin’s forces, the Russian General Staff has to adjust invasion plans every 30 days and are then being forced to refocus all efforts only in certain areas.

Skybytsky said at that Russia are using 103 battalion-tactical groups in Ukraine, which are directly involved in hostilities against civilians and Ukrainian forces.

He added that there is around 40 more battalion task groups who are in reserve and can be called into fight at a moments notice.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on Tuesday that Russia has lost around 200 troops, two tanks, three MLRS and helicopter in Ukraine over the past 24 hours.

They reported, “The total combat losses of the enemy from February 24 to June 14 were approximately: personnel – about 32,500 (up by 200) people, tanks – 1,434 (up by 2) units, armored combat vehicles – 3,503 (up by 11) units, artillery systems – 721 (up by 3) units, MLRS – 229 (up by 3) units, air defense systems – 97 units, aircraft – 213 units, helicopters – 179 (up by 1) units, operational-tactical UAVs – 588 (up by 3), cruise missiles – 125, ships/boats – 13 units, automotive equipment and tankers – 2,473 (up by 13) units, special equipment – 54.”

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