GU intelligence: Russia has a plan for 120 days of war for the complete capture of Ukraine

Intelligence Directorate: Russia has a plan for 120 days of war to completely take over Ukraine

Russia has not abandoned its idea of ​​a complete takeover of Ukraine. The Kremlin has a plan, but due to failures, it has to be adjusted monthly. This was reported by the press service of the Main Intelligence Directorate.

– We have confirmed information that the Russians have a plan for 120 days of war. Further adjustment of this plan will depend on how much the enemy will succeed or, on the contrary, will be defeated in the east of Ukraine. However, the goal of the so-called special military operation, which Putin announced at the beginning of the war, the Russians failed to achieve, – said the representative of the GUR Vadim Skibitsky.

According to him, the failure of the plan to capture Kyiv, Kharkov and Odessa forced the Russians to concentrate on eastern Ukraine. At the same time, the department believes that Russia has sufficient potential to wage a long-term war against our country.

– Russia still has sufficient potential to wage a long-term war against our state. The enemy uses 103 battalion-tactical groups on the territory of Ukraine, which are directly involved in hostilities. About 40 more armored personnel carriers are in reserve and can be used against the Armed Forces of Ukraine, he stressed.

Russian troops invaded Ukraine on February 24 after President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a “military special operation.” At the same time, hundreds of military and equipment of the Russian Federation entered different regions of Ukraine. Russian soldiers began to bomb our cities and villages, kill civilians and engage in looting. Ukrainian defenders have been courageously defending our state for the fourth month already.

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