The Russian occupiers will try to patch holes in parts in the directions of Donetsk, Zaporozhye and Kherson.
Partial mobilization of Russia will provide an opportunity to replenish the occupying units in the directions of Donetsk, Zaporozhye and Kherson.
About it in an interview with Russian human rights defender Mark Feigin reported Oleksijus Arestovičius, advisor of the presidential office.
“I would venture to believe that now they will try to add to the existing units. They will set the task of completing the Donetsk region, creating a stable defense in the Kherson region. Perhaps they will try to move in the direction of Zaporozhye. And to defend Luhansk. A counterattack in the direction of Kharkiv is also possible. But counting more, I don’t see special prospects, because there are no weapons and equipment. And there is no junior staff that would allow the creation and deployment of new brigades,” said Oleksijus Arestovičius.
He also added that, in general, mobilization in the Russian Federation is a demonstration and an attempt to exert pressure.
We will remind you Lavrov spoke of a “special military operation” and made a cynical statement.