Война — обзоры и факты с фронтов российско-украинской войны | War — reviews and facts from the fronts of the Russian-Ukrainian war, events under close scrutiny | Rus-Ukrayna savaşı | Wojna rosyjsko-ukraińska | Russisch-ukrainischer Krieg | Орыс-украин соғысы | Guerra russo-ucraina | Orosz-ukrán háború | რუსეთ-უკრაინის ომი
Ukraine short of skilled troops and munitions as losses, pessimism grow
DNIPROPETROVSK REGION, Ukraine — The quality of Ukraine’s military force, once considered a substantial advantage over Russia, has been degraded by a year of casualties that have taken many of the most experienced fighters off the battlefield, leading some Ukrainian officials to question Kyiv’s readiness to mount a much-anticipated spring offensive.
U.S. and European officials have estimated that as many as 120,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or wounded since the start of Russia’s invasion early last year, compared with about 200,000 on the Russian side, which has a much larger military and roughly triple the population from which to draw conscripts.
Sooner or later, all wars end in peace. The current Russian-Ukrainian war will not be an exception.
There are several reasons for the end of the war. This is a military victory of one of the parties, this is the depletion of the forces of the opposing sides, and this is a change in the elite and, as a result, a change in the goals of the war.
As a rule, wars begin when diplomacy reaches an impasse.
And then diplomatic conversations and negotiations are exchanged for machine guns and guns.
Russian missiles launched from the Black Sea by ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet on February 10, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. crossed the airspace of Moldova and Romania and from there attacked targets on the territory of Ukraine
The national air defense systems of Romania and Moldova did not react in any way to the violation of the airspace of their countries.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin tested NATO on the determination to protect the airspace of the member countries of the alliance