Panic sentiment on the Crimean peninsula will intensify in the future.
Direct speech Podolyak: “Panic moods are a complex issue. The Russian Federation has been in panic moods for life. That’s why they threaten everyone. To compensate for their panicky moods, they always talk about how we’ll go somewhere now, do something, and so on “And these panicky sentiments in Crimea will gradually develop.”
Details: According to him, for this it is necessary to increase the intensity of fire influence on what is happening in Crimea.
The adviser to the head of the OP noted that Russians now in Crimea live under the expectation of attacks, under sirens and understand that Crimea is a territory of great danger for them and the airspace is no longer so powerfully controlled by them.
He stated that Russians do not have railway connections, for example, through cities such as Melitopol, Berdyansk, etc., to the Rostov region. And therefore, 80% of the supply goes through Crimea. There is a huge infrastructure of Russian Federation warehouse capabilities there: “Crimea today is the key to significantly reducing the combat effectiveness of Russian occupation groups.”
According to him, among the strategic tasks for Ukraine is to cut off the key supply line for the Russian occupation group. That is, as the adviser to the head of the OP explained, we are talking about taking fire control, in particular, of the Kerch Strait and destroying the huge warehouse infrastructure.
He noted that the Russian Federation now wants not to lose the war, but it needs to realize that it must lose, and this is the only chance to come to some rules of the game after the war.
Separately, Podolyak expressed the opinion that historically Ukraine has already been recorded as one of the greatest countries of our time in the 21st century: “Ukraine has already proven that it can pay the highest price (for its right to exist – ed.). And today, it seems to me, there is There are few countries that are willing to pay such a price for the right to be themselves.”
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