Ukraine-Russia battle: UK video reveals Moscow’s ‘expensive failure’

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The UK’s Ministry of Protection launched a time-lapse video Friday exhibiting Russia’s territorial positive factors and losses throughout its invasion of Ukraine, calling Moscow’s effort to grab the northern a part of the nation a “costly failure.” 

The discharge comes because the Russia-Ukraine battle has reached the 100-day mark. It started on Feb. 24. 

“Russia’s assault into northern Ukraine ended in a costly failure. Russia failed to implement its own principles of war,” the Ministry stated in a tweet. “With the limited combat readiness of many units, it spread its forces too thinly without enough support from artillery and combat aircraft.” 

The video reveals throughout the first 30 days of the battle, Russia steadily progressed in the direction of Kyiv in hopes of capturing Ukraine’s capital metropolis. 

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Then within the subsequent 20 days, Russia’s forces had been fully pushed out of northern Ukraine. 

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The battle is now targeted on Ukraine’s japanese Donbas area, dwelling to Russian-backed separatists. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting via videoconference at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, June 1.

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a gathering through videoconference on the Novo-Ogaryovo residence exterior Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, June 1.
(Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Picture through AP)

 

The U.Ok. Ministry of Protection stated Russia’s preliminary technique was “based on wildly optimistic assessments about the welcome Russian troops would receive in Ukraine.” 

Russia came close to Kyiv before being pushed back by Ukrainian forces, the video shows.

Russia got here near Kyiv earlier than being pushed again by Ukrainian forces, the video reveals.
(UK Ministry of Protection)

“Russia has now adopted a ‘strategy of attrition’ and is achieving slow and costly gains in the Donbas,” it added. 

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