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World War III manifesto: indicates lack of progress

World War III manifesto: indicates lack of progress

It started last week “Battle of Donbass”Since then, Russia has gained control of new territories in the region. Russian forces It now controls, among other things, 80 percent From Luhansk Province.

Last night it became known Russian forces She took over the city council building In Kherson and the exclusion of Ukrainians. There were also reports that the city is Kremena under Russian control.

Despite some progress, the expected major offensive failed.

Slightly supplied: The former defense chief, Ambassador Dessen, says the war you’re seeing from Russia is now old-fashioned and not very complicated. Photo: Thomas Evensen / TV 2

The former defense chief, Ambassador Diesen, now a researcher at the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment, believes the war could have been done better.

– If we in the West are planning such an operation, which creates the result that Russia wants in the Donbass, then we will plan it in a different way.

Reminiscent of the First World War

He says that one will do what is often mentioned in the Western media. Specifically, he tried to intercept the entire Donbass with attacks from the north and south, that is, a pincer operation.

– Created a large enclave where the Ukrainian defense in the Donbass would be surrounded and cut off from supplies and reinforcements.

This pattern may reveal the Russians

Dissen explains that the war we are witnessing from Russia is now old-fashioned and uncomplicated. They also attack a wide front from the north and east.

It is a fierce artillery preparation before the advance of artillery and tanks, and is, strictly speaking, more reminiscent of the First World War than anything we can imagine today.

He believes that the Russians are doing this simply because they do not trust their ability to carry out more advanced and complex operations and operations.

They fall back on something that is relatively simple and doesn’t give the results they want. At least not without it costing them a lot.

Putting morning coffee in the throat

In a lengthy TV interview on Monday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he believed it was one Real danger of World War III.

WORLD WAR: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday he believed there was a real danger of a third world war.  Photo: Russian Foreign Ministry via AP / NTB

WORLD WAR: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday he believed there was a real danger of a third world war. Photo: Russian Foreign Ministry via AP / NTB

The danger is grave, real, and cannot be underestimated.

Shortly after the statement, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba commented on Lavrov’s comments on Twitter.

Russia loses its last hope of intimidating the world from supporting Ukraine. That is why they talk about the “real” danger of World War III. He writes that this only means that the smell of defeat for Moscow in Ukraine.

Dessen believes that the statements of the Russian Foreign Minister indicate the lack of progress.

There is enough reason to take it seriously. Not about the danger of a third world war, but about how seriously the Russians are now about not making progress in Ukraine.

Therefore, they need to do something with Western support for Ukraine, which in many ways keeps them in the war, explains the former defense minister.

– Then this phrase, of course, comes as an attempt for people to do more than put their morning coffee in the throat. Specifically, to be so frightened and worried that the Ukraine support agreement is collapsing.

Defeat: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba believes that Moscow smells of defeat in Ukraine.  Photo: Evelyn Hochstein

Defeat: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba believes that Moscow smells of defeat in Ukraine. Photo: Evelyn Hochstein

– Does this statement from Lavrov have anything to do with how NATO works?

– I hope not. Because it is clear that the Russians have no more to gain from a third world war than others. We can only hope that the unity and unity of the West will pass that test.

A clear message for Western strategy

Lavrov also believes in the same interview that NATO is exacerbating the conflict in Ukraine, including the delivery of weapons. He claims NATO Has ‘All Gasoline Burns’.

Diesen makes it clear that it is not NATO that contributes to Ukraine’s support with weapons, but each country individually through bilateral relations.

I think the West should in many ways now stop allowing moral outrage to govern its support for Ukraine, every time war crimes or Russian abuses are exposed.

Arms support: The armed forces sent 4,000 M-72 anti-tank missiles to Ukraine.  Photo: TV 2

Arms support: The armed forces sent 4,000 M-72 anti-tank missiles to Ukraine. Photo: TV 2

– I think the West has to decide to a large extent what it wants the outcome of this war to be, continues Dessen.

Obviously, the goal should be to ensure that Russia does not win the war, but he emphasizes that this does not necessarily mean that it will lose.

– It is the end goal that must govern the Western strategy. Not as yet with a gradual increase in support, as a result of an increasingly strong moral judgment.

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