“Russia is suffering from military losses and has not been able to seize Ukraine’s capital Kyiv so far, but Russians are expanding their attacks,” he is trying to escape. Their current stalemate, CNN’s Jake Tapper said on Sunday. “What’s wrong with the Russians?” He asked retired four-star general and former CIA director David Petraeus. “Well, it’s actually terrible,” Petraeus said. “It’s a stalemate, but it’s important to note that it’s a blood stalemate, not a ceasefire.”
“Ukrainians say they have Killed 5 Russian generals “In Ukraine, CNN hasn’t confirmed it on its own,” Tapper said, but the United States lost only one general throughout the Afghanistan war. This was due to an internal attack. It is very rare for a US general to die. In combat, Petlaus agreed, “This is the first three weeks and these are fairly senior generals.”
“The bottom line is that their command and control has collapsed and their communications have been disrupted by the Ukrainians. Safe com didn’t work, They had to go to a single channel, “explained the cell phone, and then the stolen cell phone, Petraeus. Among the junior officers, “find out what’s going on because there is no initiative”, “he stood up there, the Ukrainians have very good snipers, and they just left and right them. And I’m picking it up. And at least four of these five have been absolutely confirmed, and I think it’s the fifth one today. “
Petraeus also gave a broader overview of the Ukrainian war, including the strategic importance of Kyiv to Mariupol, Odessa, and ultimately both Ukraine and Russia.Mariupol is “the first place to have Russians I have to do an urban warfare that is not a joke“He said. And how long the besieged Ukrainians can endure is “very important”.If they surrenderThese units can be released and restored to occupy Kyiv or participate in other important battles.
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