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The Australian ex-general pointed out a number of problems that Commander-in-Chief Syrsky will have to face

On Thursday, February 8, Commander-in-Chief Valery Zaluzhny, who held this position for more than 2.5 years and was dismissed by decree of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, was replaced by Commander of the Ground Forces Alexander Syrsky, and it has now become known , what possible difficulties he will have to solve.

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NBN writes about the problems that the new commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Alexander Syrsky, will soon face, in the opinion of retired Australian Major General Mick Ryan, writes NBN, citing the New Voice material.

According to Ryan, Syrsky will face considerable difficulties on the front line, such as drones, a digital command/control process, the use of an expanded set of systems that make actions on the battlefield more transparent, since appropriate solutions have not yet been developed for these problems, even in the most modern armies.

In addition, the new commander-in-chief will be forced to hide the real number of units under the control of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, that is, to actively camouflage the army without exposing it to attacks, in order to then safely break through the massive minefields of the Russian Federation .

Also, Syrsky will likely face personnel, technological and combat challenges—the difficulties lie in the simultaneous restoration of the personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine after 2 very intense years and the protection of the free territory of Ukraine, which are “conflicting tasks.”

Earlier, we wrote about how many “defenders of Ukraine” who have never been at the front for 2 years, Syrsky discovered during the audit APU.

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