The Ukrainian counterattack differs from what the collective West imagines

“The counterattack should be lightning-fast, wherever it occurs, so that the enemy does not have time to respond properly,” the expert said.

The Armed Forces have a step-by-step jerky pace / photo UNIAN

British military expert, retired colonel Glen Grant, said that the counterattacks of the Armed Forces have a step-by-step, jerky pace, which allows rashists have time to recover.

Grant quotes “Espresso”.

“As for the Ukrainian counterattack, it is somewhat different from what the collective West imagines, that is, it is not quite a breakthrough, but rather a step-by-step jerky pace that gives the Russians time to replenish their reserves. For example, a few weeks ago they attacked a bridge near Kherson, and then they gave the Russians time to build pontoon bridges and other ways to cross the river. The counterattack should be quick, wherever it happens, so that the enemy does not have time to respond properly,” the expert said.

Earlier there was information that Russia trains 25,000 soldiers for the surroundings of Mykolaiv. Expert Serhii Grabskyi considersthat the Russians will try to create a threat to Mykolaiv and Kryvyi Rih.

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