• 25/02/2024 20:15

Budanov explained what made it impossible to carry out both Russian and Ukrainian offensive operations

Ukraine's chief intelligence officer considers the intensive use of drones and dense minefields to be the main factors in the impossibility of carrying out offensives.

Budanov explained what made it impossible to conduct both Russian and Ukrainian offensive operations

Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine General Lieutenant Kirill Budanov said that the intensive use of drones on both sides made it impossible to carry out both Russian and Ukrainian offensive operations.

The head of the Main Intelligence Directorate said this in an interview with Le Monde.< /p>

More one factor is the density of minefields, which has not been seen since World War II.

“We know solutions for drones – these are electronic countermeasures. Mines require specialized equipment. This brings us back to the issue of production capacity. There is nothing insoluble, but everything must be taken into account,” Budanov said.

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