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The Minister of Defense of Ukraine, following the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, stated, that Russian troops may launch a large-scale offensive in February 2023 of the year

The Minister of Defense of Ukraine, following the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, stated, that Russian troops may launch a large-scale offensive in February 2023 of the yearUkrainian officials at various levels continue to make predictions about, when can a large-scale offensive of Russian troops begin.

Today, statements by Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny and Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov came out one after another. And one, and the second one said, that the offensive of the Russian army in Ukraine may begin "in February". According to Zaluzhny, "or in March". Zaluzhny and Reznikov made their statements to Western journalists - The Economist and The Guardian, respectively..

The Ukrainian Minister of Defense actually repeated Zaluzhny's words about, that "the offensive can begin no earlier than February, since this is connected with the timing of the training of those mobilized in Russia ".

Reznikov added, that "offensives can be expected from different directions. And in this he actually repeats the words of Zalugny, since the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine also considers, that “Russian troops can start advancing not only on the west of Donbass, but also of Kyiv, and possibly, and in the south".

a feeling, that Ukrainian officials are now trying to make up for their ignorance of Russia's plans this February. Then in Kyiv they declared, that Russia will not send troops to Ukraine. Now they're talking about, that can send troops from virtually any direction, including direction from Belarus.

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