Japanese intelligence reported the elimination of 20 Russian generals in Ukraine
Almost a year of full-scale war in Ukraine killed 20 Russian generals. This is reported by the Nikkei with reference to Japanese intelligence data collected jointly with the United States and European countries.
Intelligence analysts note that generals personally command hundreds or thousands of soldiers. Thus, a higher number of generals' deaths demonstrates a generally poorly trained military.
Former Chief of Staff of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Kiyefumi Iwata attributes the unusually high number of generals killed to Ukraine's superiority in cyberspace. So, probably, the Ukrainian army used cell phone signal tracking to search for generals, which forced Moscow to ban the use of this method of communication at the front.
A Japanese intelligence representative admitted that, against the backdrop of Moscow’s failures on the battlefield, help China began to secretly provide the Russian army.