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Russia’s next step in Ukraine war say UK intelligence

Russia's war on Ukraine is unlikely to improve in the next 30 days, according to British intelligence

London: Russia’s war on Ukraine has caused various problems on a global scale. The war has caused great damage and trouble not only to other countries but also to Russia itself.

As a result of the war on Ukraine, Russia’s manpower may have shrunk by a third, according to intelligence sources in the United Kingdom.

“Russian UAVs are essential for tactical vigilance and artillery fire, but are vulnerable to Ukrainian anti-aircraft capabilities,” the UK intelligence report said.

“As the war continues, the Russian military has suffered greatly from continued low morale, declining strength and combat performance,” it said.

Russian troops have invaded a neighboring country after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” against Ukraine on February 24. The Ukrainian army launched a fierce counter-attack.

“Russia’s Donbass attack has lost momentum and has lagged significantly behind its planned schedule,” the British intelligence report said.

It is noteworthy that after the withdrawal of his forces from the area around Kiev, the Russian forces announced that they would concentrate their forces in the east.

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“Russia has not been able to achieve the expected success of Russia in the last month.

Moreover, the report says that Russia has a shortage of bridging equipment, thus reducing the strength of Russia’s offensive.

“Given the current situation, Russia is unlikely to make any sudden progress in the war on Ukraine in the next 30 days,” a statement from the UK’s Defense Intelligence Agency said.

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