How Ukraine got the upper hand against Russia

BernieSanders

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    In the spring and summer of 2022, the war between Ukraine and Russia settled into a stalemate. The first phase of the war had been a rapid invasion that drew new battle lines across Ukraine; this next phase saw those battle lines harden and change very little over a long period of fighting. But in September, that chapter came to an end. For the first time in several months, Ukraine scored a major victory and won back significant territory from Russia. Ukraine pulled this victory off by taking advantage of a surprising weakness in the Russian army: the difficulty it’s had maintaining its ranks of skilled soldiers, especially compared to the training and resources that Ukraine’s army has received from its allies. Reports suggest that Russia’s army has suffered catastrophic losses in the war, and that it’s attempted to replace those more highly trained forces with large numbers of mercenaries, prisoners, and men over 40. It’s an army that was stretched thin and vulnerable to the multi-pronged attack Ukraine launched in September. Russia still controls a large amount of territory in southern Ukraine, including two major cities. But Ukraine’s victory outside of Kharkiv signals a new chapter in the war — one where, remarkably, Ukraine seems to have a shot at driving out the Russians completely.
     

    mirissanew

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    In the spring and summer of 2022, the war between Ukraine and Russia settled into a stalemate. The first phase of the war had been a rapid invasion that drew new battle lines across Ukraine; this next phase saw those battle lines harden and change very little over a long period of fighting. But in September, that chapter came to an end. For the first time in several months, Ukraine scored a major victory and won back significant territory from Russia. Ukraine pulled this victory off by taking advantage of a surprising weakness in the Russian army: the difficulty it’s had maintaining its ranks of skilled soldiers, especially compared to the training and resources that Ukraine’s army has received from its allies. Reports suggest that Russia’s army has suffered catastrophic losses in the war, and that it’s attempted to replace those more highly trained forces with large numbers of mercenaries, prisoners, and men over 40. It’s an army that was stretched thin and vulnerable to the multi-pronged attack Ukraine launched in September. Russia still controls a large amount of territory in southern Ukraine, including two major cities. But Ukraine’s victory outside of Kharkiv signals a new chapter in the war — one where, remarkably, Ukraine seems to have a shot at driving out the Russians completely.
    ජර්මන් කාරයොත් ඔහොම ලයින් එකක් දුන්න 1941දි විතර. ඊට අවුරුදු 5කට විතර පස්සෙ ජර්මනියෙ හම්බුන ගොඩක් ලමයි රෂියන් 😂
     

    Abusada Meich

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    In the spring and summer of 2022, the war between Ukraine and Russia settled into a stalemate. The first phase of the war had been a rapid invasion that drew new battle lines across Ukraine; this next phase saw those battle lines harden and change very little over a long period of fighting. But in September, that chapter came to an end. For the first time in several months, Ukraine scored a major victory and won back significant territory from Russia. Ukraine pulled this victory off by taking advantage of a surprising weakness in the Russian army: the difficulty it’s had maintaining its ranks of skilled soldiers, especially compared to the training and resources that Ukraine’s army has received from its allies. Reports suggest that Russia’s army has suffered catastrophic losses in the war, and that it’s attempted to replace those more highly trained forces with large numbers of mercenaries, prisoners, and men over 40. It’s an army that was stretched thin and vulnerable to the multi-pronged attack Ukraine launched in September. Russia still controls a large amount of territory in southern Ukraine, including two major cities. But Ukraine’s victory outside of Kharkiv signals a new chapter in the war — one where, remarkably, Ukraine seems to have a shot at driving out the Russians completely.
    You clearly missed the point bro. 🤣

    https://elakiri.com/threads/what-if...ne-just-to-save-its-energy-exports-🤔.2072609/
     

    SDCR

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    ජර්මන් කාරයොත් ඔහොම ලයින් එකක් දුන්න 1941දි විතර. ඊට අවුරුදු 5කට විතර පස්සෙ ජර්මනියෙ හම්බුන ගොඩක් ලමයි රෂියන් 😂
    ජර්මනියෙ විතරක් නෙවේ වගේ මෙහෙත් ඉන්නව වගේ රශියන් ලමයි... :lol:
     

    mirissanew

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    ජර්මනියෙ විතරක් නෙවේ වගේ මෙහෙත් ඉන්නව වගේ රශියන් ලමයි... :lol:
    පොඩි කාලෙ හත්පෙති මලයි ගුරු ගීතයයි කියවපු අපි වෙන කාට කඩේ යන්නද 😂😂 නේටෝ රටක ඉඳගෙනත් රෂියා වලට තමයි කඩේ යන්නෙ 😂😂
     
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    සේදවත්ත
    ජර්මන් කාරයොත් ඔහොම ලයින් එකක් දුන්න 1941දි විතර. ඊට අවුරුදු 5කට විතර පස්සෙ ජර්මනියෙ හම්බුන ගොඩක් ලමයි රෂියන් 😂
    බාබේරියන් ආමි එකක් ඒ කියන්නේ රතු හමුදාව 😂
     
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    speedmalli

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    ජර්මනියෙ විතරක් නෙවේ වගේ මෙහෙත් ඉන්නව වගේ රශියන් ලමයි... :lol:
    පුටින් සගෙ ලමයි. එලකිරි එකෙත් ඉන්නව.

    ඔක්කොම එකතු කරල දෑත් ශක්තිමත් කරන්න යවන්න ඔනෙ

    කියෙව් අල්ලයි දවස් 3න් :yes:
     

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    ආශ්චර්යමත් රටක
    පොඩි කාලෙ හත්පෙති මලයි ගුරු ගීතයයි කියවපු අපි වෙන කාට කඩේ යන්නද 😂😂 නේටෝ රටක ඉඳගෙනත් රෂියා වලට තමයි කඩේ යන්නෙ 😂😂

    රෙද්ද නෑ කියල පිළිගන්න හැමෝටම බෑ ඔය වගේ. 😂😂 ඔච්චර රෂියාව ඕන නං ඇමරිකාවට නොයා රෂියා යන්න තිබුණනේ. 😂😂
     
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    speedmalli

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    රෙද්ද නෑ කියල පිළිගන්න හැමෝටම බෑ ඔය වගේ. 😂😂 ඔච්චර රෂියාව ඕන නං ඇමරිකාවට නොයා රෂියා යන්න තිබුණනේ. 😂😂

    රුසියාවෙ එවුන්ටවත් නැති පුකේ අමාරුවක් මේ ලංකාවෙ කැත කොට අනාත බයියොන්ට තියෙන්නෙ, පකයො ටික ප්ලේන් එකක පටවලා යවන්න ඔනෙ රුසියාවට.

    රයිෆල් එකයි බුලට් 90යි දීල කියෙව් අල්ලපන් කියල යැව්වම ඇට දෙක සීතල වෙයි පොන්න හුත්තලාගෙ. ලංකාවෙ ගොබ්බ ජීන් පූල් එක අඩු කරන්න හොද ක්‍රමයක්

    නමල් බේබි ගේනව මුන් ලංකාවෙ ඉතුරු වෙලා හිටියොත් නම්
     

    Dr.Sheldon_Suprakata

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    In the spring and summer of 2022, the war between Ukraine and Russia settled into a stalemate. The first phase of the war had been a rapid invasion that drew new battle lines across Ukraine; this next phase saw those battle lines harden and change very little over a long period of fighting. But in September, that chapter came to an end. For the first time in several months, Ukraine scored a major victory and won back significant territory from Russia. Ukraine pulled this victory off by taking advantage of a surprising weakness in the Russian army: the difficulty it’s had maintaining its ranks of skilled soldiers, especially compared to the training and resources that Ukraine’s army has received from its allies. Reports suggest that Russia’s army has suffered catastrophic losses in the war, and that it’s attempted to replace those more highly trained forces with large numbers of mercenaries, prisoners, and men over 40. It’s an army that was stretched thin and vulnerable to the multi-pronged attack Ukraine launched in September. Russia still controls a large amount of territory in southern Ukraine, including two major cities. But Ukraine’s victory outside of Kharkiv signals a new chapter in the war — one where, remarkably, Ukraine seems to have a shot at driving out the Russians completely.
    ජර්මන් කාරයොත් ඔහොම ලයින් එකක් දුන්න 1941දි විතර. ඊට අවුරුදු 5කට විතර පස්සෙ ජර්මනියෙ හම්බුන ගොඩක් ලමයි රෂියන් 😂
    The Ardennes offensive in 1944.
    It seems like history repeats.
    If Ukraine doesn't manage its reserves well, Tactical success could contribute directly to strategic failure. :baffled:
     

    mirissanew

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    රෙද්ද නෑ කියල පිළිගන්න හැමෝටම බෑ ඔය වගේ. 😂😂 ඔච්චර රෂියාව ඕන නං ඇමරිකාවට නොයා රෂියා යන්න තිබුණනේ. 😂😂
    කඩේ යන සුද්දොත් ඉන්නව..ඉතින් අපි කඩේ ගියාම මොකෝ 😂