Chaos and disorganization in Russian army inflates hopes for Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive - military expert Kyrychevskyi
Defense Express military expert Ivan Kyrychevskyi believes that disorganization in the Russian army is one of the advantages for the Ukrainian Armed Forces to conduct a successful counteroffensive
He shared his opinions with Espreso TV.
"Now Russia is forced to save resources and concentrate them on certain areas of the frontline. Not as widely as they planned. After all, when we talk about Russia’s limitless resources, in particular in ammunition and mobilization reserve, another problem arises. If the resource is too large and used inefficiently, the result will be different. Not the one that Russia hoped for at the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine," explained Kyrychevskyi.
The expert emphasized that the lack of coordination in the Russian army is an advantage for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
"The main problem for the Russian army, which is very much in our favor, is chaos and disorganization. This is what gives us hopes grounded in reality for a successful counteroffensive by the Ukrainian army. After all, even if Russian troops are showing some progress in certain elements, chaos and disorganization reign within the headquarters structure and combat planning," he added.
On March 15, the Institute for the Study of War reported that the Kremlin would sooner or later have to choose between skilled workers in the defense industry and trained soldiers fighting in Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Russia has lost at least 161,520 troops, 3,492 tanks and 502 MLRS in Ukraine.