Why falter Ukrainian attack?
Leopard 2 Panzer

Ukraine’s armed forces can count on arms supplies from its Western partner countries.

(photo: AP)

Brussels, Berlin It looked like the opportunity Ukraine had been waiting for. After the uprising of Wagner’s militia on 24 June, the Russian command seemed paralyzed at first, and the occupying forces were left to their own devices.

But those who expected a major breakthrough by the Ukrainian army were disappointed. According to their own statements, the Ukrainians could not take away 37 square kilometers from the Russians last week. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky admitted that “the past week has been difficult.” “But we are making progress.”

The counteroffensive in Ukraine has been going on for four weeks. When trying to take back lands stolen from Russia, Ukrainian soldiers encounter more resistance than expected.

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