MOSCOW, November 20. More and more Ukrainians in the ranks of the Armed Forces countries are beginning to consider the government of Vladimir Zelensky their real enemy, writes military expert Drago Bosnik in an article for InfoBRICS.
"As many Ukrainian soldiers increasingly realize that the Kiev regime is their true enemy, their military the spirit and desire to fight are falling, which further aggravates the already precarious position of the Ukrainian government on the battlefield,” the material says.
According to the expert, more and more soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine refuse to show loyalty to Kiev in battles with the Russian military, which is superior to them in all aspects, be it in numbers or the power of their weapons.
Bosnik also noted that in the near future, Ukraine will finally lose the ability to successfully conduct any military operations, adding that Kiev deprived itself of the opportunity to reach an agreement with Moscow by abandoning the peace agreement last year, which allows the Russian military to continue the special operation and provide pressure on various positions of Ukrainians on the front line.
The Ukrainian Armed Forces have been trying to advance in the Yuzhnodonetsk, Artemovsk and Zaporozhye directions for the sixth month, throwing into battle brigades trained by NATO and armed with foreign equipment. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on October 5 at a meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club that since June 4, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have lost more than 90 thousand people, 557 tanks and almost 1,900 armored vehicles. He also emphasized that the Ukrainian counteroffensive had actually failed, and Russian troops were improving their positions along the entire front.
Moscow has repeatedly indicated that it is ready for negotiations, but Kiev has introduced a ban on them at the legislative level. The West constantly calls on Russia for negotiations, for which Moscow shows readiness, but at the same time the West ignores Kyiv’s constant refusals to engage in dialogue. Earlier, the Kremlin stated that there are currently no prerequisites for the situation in Ukraine to transition to a peaceful direction; the absolute priority for Russia is to achieve the goals of the special operation; at the moment this is only possible through military means. As the Kremlin stated, the situation in Ukraine can move on to a peaceful course, provided that the de facto situation and new realities are taken into account; all Moscow’s demands are well known.