The German general predicted the timing of the Russian attack on EU countries
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The German general predicted the timing of the Russian attack on EU countries

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Source:  DW

According to the Inspector General of the Bundeswehr, Lieutenant General Carsten Breuer, EU countries should be ready for a direct armed conflict with Russia in the next 5-8 years.

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Broer noted that according to analysts' assessments and the level of threat from the Russian Federation, the EU countries have from 5 to 8 years to prepare for an armed conflict with Russia.

At the same time, the German military officer notes that such assessments do not at all guarantee a mandatory war.

However, Broer emphasized that he sees in the actions of Kremlin dictator and war criminal Vladimir Putin intentions to expand the war beyond the borders of Ukraine.

I learn about it from what he writes and says, as well as from his actions in Ukraine, Broer noted.

According to him, increasing combat capability in accordance with the requirements of wartime requires not only the readiness of personnel and the availability of appropriate material resources, but also changes in the mentality of society and the soldiers of the German army.

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Broer emphasized that Russia is currently waging a war of attrition in Ukraine, but the further situation will depend on the volume of supplies of ammunition and weapons to the Russian occupiers on the front lines and Ukraine's readiness to mobilize additional forces to fight the aggressor.

The German general also responded to criticism that Western partners are providing Ukraine with enough ammunition and weapons exclusively for defense, but not for successful offensive actions of victory.

I really don't see that anywhere there is a conscious restriction of aid, - emphasized Broer.

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