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there was no knockout blow of the Armed Forces of Ukraine yet – UNIAN

Russian forces are using tactics studied over the years in the Donbass and Kherson direction.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine manage to hit the supply lines of the enemy army / t.me/landforcesofukraine

APU “will increasingly gain an advantage” in artillery as advanced Western weapons arrive on the front lines.

About this in Twitter wrote former U.S. Lieutenant General Mark Hertling.

According to Hertling, Russian forces are using tactics studied over the years in the Donbass and Kherson direction – massive artillery shelling, terrorizing local residents, restoring logistics routes.

At the same time, the Armed Forces of Ukraine manage to hit the supply routes of the enemy army, although the supply chains of the Russian Federation are “still effective.” The American military notes the “terrifying” loss of Russian equipment and equipment and the decrease in enemy morale.

He compared fights for the east with boxing.

“This is a heavyweight boxing match. In two months of fighting, there has not yet been a knockout blow. This will happen when the Russian forces become more depleted,” Hertling said.

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