How Putin’s winter season offensive failed: Russia has fatigued its forces in Bakhmut, Kreminna and Vuhledar – now Ukraine is poised to strike back again with its arsenal of new western weapons, says CHRIS PLEASANCE
For the past two months, Putin’s generals have been hurling gentlemen, armour and artillery at Ukrainian positions all along the 600-mile front in the east of the region, in some of the deadliest battles of the war.
But, as the dust commences to settle and the blood starts to dry, Russia has pretty much nothing to exhibit for it.
Putin’s ramshackle army has inched the frontline ahead, but failed to make any sort of breakthrough – in spite of getting rid of up to 1,000 adult men per working day.
Now Ukraine is poised to strike back again.
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