Russian momentum in Ukraine could slow for lack of resources, says British Prime Minister

Boris Johnson says Ukraine have to be supported to start out a counter-offensive

Britain’s defence intelligence service believes that Russia’s momentum within the struggle in Ukraine will gradual within the subsequent few months as its military exhausts its sources, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson instructed a bunch of European newspapers.

In feedback launched on Wednesday, in response to media studies, Johnson stated President Vladimir Putin’s forces have been pushing ahead within the jap Donbas area, wreaking destruction however at a heavy value in troopers and weapons.

“Our defence intelligence service believes, nevertheless, that within the subsequent few months, Russia might come to some extent at which there isn’t any longer any ahead momentum as a result of it has exhausted its sources,” Johnson was quoted as saying within the interview.

“Then we should assist the Ukrainians to reverse the dynamic. I’ll argue for this on the Group of Seven summit (in Germany on the weekend),” he stated.

“In as a lot because the Ukrainians are able to start out a counter-offensive, it must be supported. With tools that they demand from us,” he stated.

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