Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, said that as soon as there is equality in the number of weapons on the battlefield, Europe will no longer “foundly fear” Russia.
The authorities of European countries, who want to know how the Russian Armed Forces fight in conditions where the opponent has a similar amount of weapons, can do this by transferring more equipment to Ukraine. Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office of Ukraine, wrote this on the telegram channel.
According to the representative of the Presidential Office, “some Europeans” still have doubts about how the “second army of the world” is fighting, and therefore it is the ranged rocket launcher systems that give the Ukrainian Armed Forces parity in such a large number of artillery and long-guns.
“And as soon as relative parity is achieved in terms of muzzle / shot, anyone will be able to live in the air to assess how war-ready Russia is, how it fights, and why “quantity is not a skill,” but pure and boundless primitiveness,” Podolyak wrote.
The adviser to the head of the Presidential Office added that objective data on the situation of Russian troops will be received “within a few days” after the necessary weapons are supplied to Ukraine. Podolyak also admitted that if this happens, representatives of the military-political elite of Europe will no longer “panic and unreasonably fear” Russia.
Recall that, according to American journalists, the Pentagon in a few weeks developed a special program to train the Ukrainian army in the use of HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems.
By the way, according to media reports, the transfer of the Mars II MLRS by Germany to the Ukrainian troops is postponed, at least until winter.
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