The war between Russia and Ukraine has advanced in a totally unexpected way. These are the mistakes Putin's men have made.
The war between Russia and Ukraine has progressed in a totally unexpected way for the whole world, including the Russians. Heavy casualties and damage have apparently caused Russia to abandon its offensive on Kiev and focus on Donbas.
Despite the fact that initially a lightning campaign was expected, the truth is that the Ukrainian preparation and the great international support have caught Putin's troops by surprise, who have made resounding mistakes in addition to being singled out for war crimes committed in places like Mariupol.
The Peru 21 medium wanted to know what errors have given rise to this situation and, after consulting with United States defense sources, these have been its conclusions:
Why is Russia losing the war?
- Miscalculation of international response
- Lack of internal cohesion
- Russian intelligence errors
- Inadequate military doctrine
- bad logistics chain
- Little 'secret' communications
- war crimes
The case of the convoy massacred by the Ukrainian light artillery or that of the generals killed by errors in Russian communication are just two examples of how Putin's army was not as prepared as the Kremlin claims to carry out this military operation.
Ukrainian military reports new fighting after advance near Kharkiv
In the Kharkiv region, Ukrainian troops are apparently pushing back the Russian military. Training of Ukrainian soldiers on self-propelled howitzers begins.
According to the Ukrainian military, it has continued its counterattacks in the eastern region of Kharkiv. Russian troops tried to stop the advance of Ukrainian troops , the Ukrainian General Staff reports. So far, the Ukrainians have been pushing back the Russian forces towards the border. In addition, the Russian military is trying to take over the city of Rubishne in the Luhansk Oblast.
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According to British information, the fighting for Snake Island in the Black Sea, which was occupied by Russian troops, also continued. Russia is continuing to try to strengthen its troops on the island, the British Ministry of Defense said in a situation report. If Russia consolidated its position on the island with strategic anti-aircraft defenses and cruise missiles for coastal defense, it could dominate the northwestern Black Sea.
Training of Ukrainian soldiers on self-propelled howitzers begins
Today the training of Ukrainian soldiers on the self-propelled howitzer 2000 begins. As a spokesman for the Federal Ministry of Defense announced, the soldiers arrived at the Bundeswehr artillery school in Idar-Oberstein, Rhineland-Palatinate. The training usually lasts 40 days , but can also be shortened if you have the appropriate prior knowledge.
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Germany wants to hand over seven self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine in 2000. The Netherlands will supply five of the heavy artillery. The training takes place in Germany in coordination with the Netherlands.
Russian Separatists Say No Civilians Left At Azovstal Plant: 'Our Hands Are No Longer Tied'
The leader of the Donetsk People's Republic, a Russia - backed breakaway from Ukraine, has claimed there were no civilians left at the Azovstal steel plant in the occupied Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, the TASS news agency reported.
"According to our information, there are no civilians left there. Consequently, the hands of our units are no longer tied," TASS quoted Denis Pushilin, whose separatist forces took part in the assault on Mariupol as saying. Ukraine said on Tuesday that Russian forces were shelling the steel mill, where a local official said at least 100 civilians were still hiding. Dozens of wounded fighters are also believed to be in the bombed-out plant.
Russia seeks to thwart in Ukraine the West's attempts to create a unipolar world
Russia hopes its military standoff in Ukraine will lead to an end to the West 's attempts to promote a unipolar world dominated by the US, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during his visit to Oman.
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"We hope, we trust that the Russian operation to achieve all the planned objectives will lead the West to stop (...) trying to promote the unipolar world dominated by the United States and its allies," he said during a joint press conference with his counterpart. Omani, Badr Al Busaidi. In addition, he expressed his hope that the West would stop "undermining international law, ignoring and violating the UN statutes, including the principle of sovereign equality of States."
Ukraine asks UN and Red Cross for help to evacuate soldiers in Azovstal
The Ukrainian ombudsman, Liudmyla Denisova, has asked the UN and the Red Cross for their help in evacuating wounded soldiers who are resisting the Russian military siege at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol. "I call on the UN and the Red Cross to take all measures in accordance with their mandates to evacuate wounded soldiers from Azovstal to safe regions of Ukraine, where they will be provided with adequate medical care and care," Denisova said. in your Telegram account.
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As he explained, "with open wounds, without the necessary medication, in unsanitary and inhumane conditions, there are wounded and mutilated (...) the defenders of Mariupol, soldiers of the Azov National Guard." He stressed that the Ukrainian soldiers in the coastal city "are making inhuman efforts every minute to defend the last outpost and did not hesitate to sacrifice themselves to save Ukraine and the world. Now the world must save them," he said.
Pro-Russian authorities in Kherson ask Putin to annex Russia
The Russian - occupied Kherson region of Ukraine plans to ask President Vladimir Putin to incorporate it into Russia, the TASS news agency has reported, citing a Russian -controlled administration official there. Russia said in April that it had gained full control of the Kherson region, which is strategically important as it provides part of the land link between the Crimean peninsula and Russia - backed separatist areas in eastern Ukraine.
Lavrov claims that Russia has enough energy buyers besides the West
Russia has enough buyers for its energy resources outside Western countries, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has assured, as European Union countries seek to slash their dependence on Russian oil and gas.
"Let the West pay more than it used to pay to the Russian Federation and explain to its population why it should get poorer," Lavrov told a news conference in Muscat after talks with his Omani counterpart.
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