If Ukraine's Armed Forces keep pushing forward, Russia will run out of capacity – military expert
Israeli military expert David Gendelman pointed out that the Russians are mainly defending their positions in the Taurian and Bakhmut areas
He shared this information on Espreso TV.
He explained, "Currently, the Russians are focused on defending in the south and the Bakhmut region. They've attempted offensives in the Kupyansk and Lyman areas, but without much success. If they decide to launch an offensive, it's likely to happen in one of the active fronts, rather than opening a new one. This wouldn't be very practical due to various logistical reasons. So, if the Russians aim to reinforce their offensive efforts, it's likely to happen in the Kupyansk-Lyman direction."
Additionally, Gendelman mentioned that it's unclear how the Ukrainian command plans to deploy the 10 brigades currently in preparation.
He suggested, "If the Ukrainian command chooses to keep up the offensive during the winter, the Russians won't have the capacity to launch their own offensive. If Ukraine continues to advance, the Russians will have no choice but to defend themselves, leaving them too stretched to initiate another offensive."
Roman Pohorilyi, co-founder of DeepState, provided an overview of the front-line situation and emphasized that Russia is striving to seize the initiative, but the Ukrainian Armed Forces remain unyielding.
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