Isw, Russian ‘decisive action’ in sight in next 6 months

Isw, Russian ‘decisive action’ in sight in next 6 months

(ANSA) – ROME, JAN 16 – The Kremlin is likely to want to “take decisive action over the next six months” to bring the situation in Ukraine back under control after a series of failed and successful Ukrainian counter-offensives, the institute writes for the Study of War (ISW) in its latest update on the conflict, as reported by the Kyiv Independent.

Russia has not achieved most of its main goals in Ukraine, experts from the American research center observe, reminding that in the first days of the invasion, the Moscow armed forces failed to capture Kyiv and the entire Lugansk and Donetsk regions.

At the same time, Ukrainian troops liberated more than 50 percent of the territory occupied by Russia since February, including Kherson, the only regional capital that Russia was able to capture.

The institute also comments that the Russian campaign to target critical Ukrainian infrastructure over the winter in order to demoralize Ukrainians has also failed so far, leading in many ways to increased support for the Ukrainian cause. (HAND).

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