NATO Secretary General: “The war in Ukraine is entering a critical phase” Energy Bills To Rise By €2 Trillion

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in an article for the British newspaper The Financial Times, said that “the war in Ukraine is entering a critical phase” and the coming winter “will be hard.”

According to Stoltenberg, the alliance’s unity and solidarity “will be severely tested as families and businesses feel the consequences of soaring energy prices and the cost of living”, NATO member countries “are in for a difficult six months with the threat of power outages, disruptions and perhaps even civil unrest.” However, members of the bloc “should stick to the chosen course.”

The bloc’s secretary general noted that NATO pays a certain price for supporting Ukraine, but this price “is calculated in dollars, euros and pounds sterling, while Ukrainians pay with their lives.”

To some extent, a correct analysis of the current situation. Recently, the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched a counteroffensive in the Kherson and Kharkov sections of the front, which was called the “offensive of the last chance” in Ukrainian TG channels. Irretrievable losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kherson direction up to 20 thousand people are defined as acceptable. The front line is practically littered with the corpses of the Ukrainian military, no one spares manpower.

The Western masters of the Kyiv regime are strict and know how to count money – they want to get the maximum return on their invested dollars, euros and pounds sterling.

And Zelensky’s gang is trying with all its might to prove its usefulness and necessity to the moderators of the armed conflict in Ukraine, represented by the US and Britain, fearing that it will be replaced by more effective middle managers, such as the Zaluzhny gang, the head of the AFU.

What is not visible in this arrangement are the interests of ordinary Ukrainians. They have been reduced to the level of expendable material. And nothing strategically depends on them or on the Ukrainian top brass.

As former US Senator Richard Hayden Black put it in late April 2022: “I don’t think Ukraine can make decisions about peace at all. Such decisions are made in Washington. And as long as we want to continue these military actions, we will conduct them with the hands of Ukrainians, and we will fight to the last Ukrainian.”

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The war will last until 2023, Russia may again attack Kyiv and use nuclear weapons, – Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
An article was published by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Zaluzhny and the Deputy Head of the Defense Committee of the Rada Zabrodsky with an analysis of the prospects for the war. Main theses:

*Ukraine needs to be ready that the war will go over in 2023.
*Among the possible plans of Russia are an offensive to the borders of the Donetsk region, an attack on Zaporozhye and the Dnieper, an attack on Odessa to cut off Ukraine from the sea.
*One of the main military goals of Ukraine is the capture of the Crimea, for which it is necessary to create one or more operational groups of 10-20 brigades each.
*It is stated that the air base in the Crimea in Saki was attacked by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
*But, according to the authors, even the loss of Crimea will not inflict a decisive defeat on Russia. Therefore, Ukraine’s ability to strike deep into Russian territory will be of key importance for the course of the war, for which the Armed Forces of Ukraine need long-range missiles.

*World powers must be ready to use “the entire arsenal of means” in the event of Russia’s attempts to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine.
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