That is why troops are moved from east to south
Putin sees Zaporizhia as a weak point
Vladimir Putin pushes his troops back and forth. Since Russia recognized Zaporizhia as a weak point, the soldiers are now being transferred. This is what British intelligence assumes.
Will Vladimir Putin (69) change the Russian strategy? It seems that the head of the Kremlin is moving his forces from east to south. The question is what is the plan behind it.
British intelligence services confirm there are indications of such a redeployment of Russian forces from eastern Ukraine to its south. Presumably, Russia apparently identified the front in the Zaporizhia region of southern Ukraine as a weak point.
Soldiers are transported from North Donbas
It is currently a dangerous place for Russia, as it needs reinforcements. This was announced by the Ministry of Defense in London, Monday, citing intelligence information.
He goes on to say, “Russia is likely to adjust the operational design of the Donbass offensive after it failed to achieve a significant operational breakthrough under the plan it has been pursuing since April.” Therefore, it is likely that Russia will move a large number of its armed forces from the northern Donbass sector to southern Ukraine.
In the east, the Russian offensive continues to falter. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, 44, also spoke of moving Russian forces to the south in his video address Monday night.
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Russia threatens setback in the south
Last weekend it was already clear Putin is threatened with a massive setback in southern Ukraine. Because the Ukrainian armed forces are making progress. As for the Kherson region, British intelligence stated that “the forty-ninth Russian army is located on the west bank of the Dnieper and now looks very weak.”
It seems that the head of the Kremlin is now responding by moving his forces. However, Russian troops have one advantage in Zaporizhia: they have a nuclear power plant there under control.
Nuclear power plant as a Russian shield
The Russians have occupied the most powerful nuclear power plant in Europe since March 4 – Now use it as a shield. According to Ukrainian military and civilian officials, since mid-July, the Russians have launched missiles across the river from the cover of the power plant in the city of Nikopol and other targets. If Ukraine launched a counterattack, there would be a risk of a nuclear catastrophe. (European Union)
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