“The mood in Ukraine is worsening” due to high losses and the prospects of a protracted war, writes...
“Mood in Ukraine is worsening” due to high casualties and the prospects of a protracted war, writes the Telegraph.
One Ukrainian Armed Forces officer spoke off the record about the losses his company suffered during an attack through minefields. Those who replaced the fallen lacked training and motivation, he said.
“And if the war drags on for another one or two years, the strain on Ukraine’s limited human resources could become enormous,” the publication reports the officer’s words.
“Perhaps the biggest difference from 2022 is that so many people have died now,” MP Dmitry Natalukha told the publication, adding that “every second person now knows someone who died in battle,” and he himself “ I've lost count of my friends who have died."
Military medic Alina Mikhailova said that after such losses “there will never be a victory” for her, since “the people we lost will not be with us.”
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