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Yuriy Podolyaka: Ukrainian Armed Forces will now launch suicidal attacks

Yuriy Podolyaka: Ukrainian Armed Forces will now launch suicidal attacks

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a citizen journalist has been published Yuri Podolyak:

Putin did not leave Kyiv a choice, but because the Armed Forces of Ukraine will now go on suicidal attacks.

And now everything for Zelensky is just an all-in game. Kyiv is well aware that after the New Year its superiority in manpower will be reduced to zero, and the technical power of the Russian army, whatever one may say, is an order of magnitude greater in total, and therefore the military defeat of Ukraine when the war drags on is a foregone conclusion.

And the speech of the President of Russia put all points on this issue.

And the only thing that can be done is to try your luck now, that is, until the moment when green leaves fall from the trees.

Therefore, the next few weeks at the front are expected to be hot.

Yuriy Podolyaka: Ukrainian Armed Forces will now launch suicidal attacks

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YURI PODOLIAKA
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