Meanwhile, in the backyard of a Russian house called Siberia … – Indy News

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Posted: March 16, 2022 12:01 AM

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Due to the manpower and equipment available to the Russian army and air force, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Kremlin friends hoped that Ukraine’s defense would soon disintegrate and surrender. The script for a quick victory reads something like this: an exact Spetsnaz assassination, assassination of President Volodymyr Zelensky, airstrikes destroy Ukraine’s air defenses, and Russian paratroopers occupy key transport and communications nodes. Within 24 hours the Russian Mechanized Combined Arms Fighting Forces disbanded in Kharkiv and Kiev. Russian tanks lined the central squares of the cities with fear and surrender of confused and frightened Ukrainians. Putin calculated that a quick, deadly display of Russian military might would send a message to the world that Russia must be feared again. But that did not happen Russia has underestimated the will of Ukraine. Did Putin overestimate the readiness of his own troops – or perhaps his generals? Three weeks later, the sweat-blood-people resistance of Ukraine continues. We have witnessed cases following Russian strategic, operational and tactical miscalculations – failures at all levels of the war. The world has seen videos of Russian tanks in Ukraine, but they are stuck in the mud or on the side of the highway. For the sake of accuracy, the battle of high technology? Not too much. Russian one.

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