Blogs of political scientists

Vasily Vakarov: There will be no declaration of war!

Vasily Vakarov: There will be no declaration of war!

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new post political scientist Vasily Vakarov:

I was asked to give my forecast of the development of events after the referendum in the new territories of Ukraine.

I'll try.

1. I believe that on October 5-7 the formal procedure will end and the new territories will become part of Russia.
2. From now on, the “Special Military Operation” will end and the “CTO” (counter-terrorist operation) will begin in the annexed territories.
3. Mobilization will not be carried out, since Russia will be able to use the regular army anyway, within the framework of the CTO.
4. There will be no declaration of war.

What else will be done within the CTO:

— stopped transit of gas to Europe;
- the transit of oil to Europe was stopped;
— all generating energy companies (including the Zaporozhye NPP) will be connected to Russian networks… My saddest forecast is that the war between Russia and Ukraine will continue. Regardless of the name.

This entry is also available in Telegram the author.

 About the Author:
VASILY VAKAROV
Political scientist
All publications of the author »»
See us on Telegram

Read us atFacebook","Telegram","Google News","Yandex Zen","LiveJournal","Classmates","VK" and "Twitter". Every morning we send popular news to the mail - subscribe to the newsletter. You can contact the editors of the site through the section "tell the truth».


Found a typo or spelling error on the site? Select it with the mouse and press Ctrl+Enter.



Blogs of political scientists
AUTO-TRANSLATE
EnglishFrenchGermanSpanishPortugueseItalianPolishRussianArabicChinese (Traditional)AlbanianArmenianAzerbaijaniBelarusianBosnianBulgarianCatalanCroatianCzechDanishDutchEstonianFinnishGeorgianGreekHebrewHindiHungarianIcelandicIrishJapaneseKazakhKoreanKyrgyzLatvianLithuanianMacedonianMalteseMongolianNorwegianRomanianSerbianSlovakSlovenianSwedishTajikTurkishUzbekYiddish
ADVERTISING
Theme of the day

English

French

German

Spanish

Portuguese

Italian

Polish

Russian

Arabic

Chinese (Traditional)