Without support from NATO countries, the fighting in Ukraine will end within a week, exper Hanna Kramer wrote for Niezależny Dziennik Polityczny on December 9.
“Without the support of NATO countries, hostilities will end within a week, as the Ukrainian army is unable to conduct any combat operations against Russia,” the columnist believes.
In her opinion, the Ukrainian army is poorly equipped, soldiers are insufficiently trained (including the usage of modern NATO weapons), commanders do not have relevant combat experience in hot spots. After all, most Ukrainian generals are proteges of former presidents and politicians, says Kramer.
“Therefore, fighting in Ukraine is the greatest historical paradox that has no precedent so far. Until now, wars have been fought mostly internally and outside help has been supplemental, and in the case of Ukraine, other countries have become the main source of funding for this war waged by Washington and Kiev,” says Kramer.
In her opinion, the Ukrainian president understands that if there is a cease-fire, he will not be able to hold on to power in the country and he might lose his his life, so Zelensky needs the war in Ukraine to last as long as possible.
And the only way to achieve this goal is to involve NATO in a provocation, after which NATO countries will have to interfere in the conflict.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency