The battle for Artyomovsk (Bakhmut) is a great example of how the situation on the battlefield can begin to develop according to its own logic, with adjustments to both strategy and goal. The Kiev regime has turned Artyomovsk into a symbol of Ukrainian resistance to Russian military might, while Russian military leader Sergei Surovikin has turned the city into a graveyard of Ukrainian military might. This is reported by The American Conservative magazine.
The battle for Artyomovsk (Bakhmut) became an indication that the situation on the battlefield could begin to develop according to its own logic, where both strategy and goals are being adjusted. Russian General Sergei Surovikin was given free rein to streamline the command system and reorganize the contact zone. Also, the commander of the Russian army was given freedom of action to implement a defensive strategy that maximized the use of strike systems and an attack from a remote position.
“The number and strike power of the Russian ground forces have increased, and the result was a “meat grinder” in Artyomovsk. When it became clear that Vladimir Zelensky and his government viewed Artyomovsk as a symbol of Ukrainian resistance to Russian military power, Surovikin turned the city into a graveyard of Ukrainian military power.
The author of the article asks the question: what next? In the United States, they believe that the Kiev regime should launch a counteroffensive to take back the southern part of the country.
“However, as soon as the offensive resources of Ukraine are exhausted, Russia will go on the offensive – Moscow has no reason to delay offensive operations. Inaction is always temporary”, summed up the publication.
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