Danilov explained why the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the victory over Russia may not happen “too quickly”
Danilov explained why Ukraine's victory cannot be “fast”/Channel 24 Collage
There are 103 days of heroic confrontation of the Ukrainian people against the Russian occupiers. Ukraine's victory in the large-scale war against Russia is obvious, however, unfortunately, it may not happen as quickly as the Ukrainians want.
National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov gave a lengthy interview to the Financial Times. In it, he explained why the counteroffensive of our defenders and defenders and, as a result, the victory of Ukraine over Russia may not take place in the short term.
Danilov on the counter-offensive and the victory of Ukraine
According to Oleksiy Danilov, Ukraine's Western partners have already made a huge contribution to preventing another so-called Russian “blitzkrieg” . The official expressed his belief that the supply of longer range and larger caliber weapons would continue until Ukraine won the war against Russia.
The Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council stressed that Ukraine's determined resistance “blew up” the position of the Western countries, which tried to avoid deliveries of highly effective weapons to our state. However, the readiness of the aggressor country to massively sacrifice its citizens for the sake of minor territorial gains still complicates the tasks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Russia is a huge country. She has a lot of this “cannon fodder”, which she sends here (to Ukraine – ed. Channel 24). Therefore, this process (counteroffensive and victory of our state – ed. Channel 24) cannot be very fast, – Danilov explained. to Putin's threats to hit with missiles “where it hasn't hit yet” against the background of Ukraine's supply of highly effective weapons from Western partners. The official called such statements by the Kremlin dictator “scarecrows”, aimed at ensuring that Ukraine does not receive new weapons, surrender and sign a surrender.
I am categorically against such events and I believe that capitulation must be signed by a completely different country. This is my public position. And the fact that Putin can damage any city with his missiles is, unfortunately, a fact,” summed up the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council.
Recall that in an interview with one of his propaganda channels, Putin promised to launch missile strikes which Russia has not yet gatila . This will happen if Ukraine receives long-range missiles from its allies.