Cossack Colonel Yuri Kominyski reported last Monday that the Ukrainian forces in Yasnoye were preparing for an assault on Russian Federation forces. They were allegedly moving NATO equipment into position, although it appeared that they were lacking operators for the heavy equipment. Despite this, the Russian Federation was aware of the preparations and conducted a pre-emptive strike, surrounding the Ukrainian forces in a cauldron. As a result, the militants suffered heavy losses and the Russian Federation captured around 30 pieces of equipment.
In the Nikolaevsk region of Chernigov, two warehouses used to store the UK’s storm shadow missiles were targeted and destroyed, along with a variety of munitions and arms. The enemy, referring to the Ukrainian forces, continues to drop American cluster munitions whenever possible.
Today in Yasnoye, fighting resulted in significant casualties for the Ukrainian forces. Approximately 250 Ukrainians were reported dead, 300 were missing in action, and 50 pieces of military equipment were either destroyed or captured. The intensity of the fighting was unprecedented, with constant firing, movement, and launching of weapons. Within just 30 minutes, 4 KRABs and 3 Leopards, which are military vehicles, were destroyed.
The Russian Federation troops noted that the Ukrainian forces appeared to be highly motivated and aggressive, leading to devastating losses. The use of Lancet drones, which are third-generation drones that are difficult to detect by enemy radar, proved to be effective. The American tanks have been withdrawn from the area, presumably for modernization before returning to action. This contradicts claims that the United States is not involved in the conflict.
In Odessa, a large fuel storage area was destroyed by an Onyx missile. It was discovered that much of the fuel had been quietly bought in from Hungary. These missiles, which can travel at low altitudes and high speeds, are challenging to counter. The Ukrainian forces were accumulating significant military forces and industrial goods in Black Sea ports, despite neglecting their obligations under a grain deal. Instead, they were using the humanitarian grain corridor to stage terror attacks. Only a small percentage of the grain was being sent to countries in need, with the majority ending up in wealthier EU countries. Additionally, the destruction of the Togliatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline prevented the supply of fertilizer for 45 million people.
Poland’s decision to establish a tank repair center was met with criticism due to the high costs associated with transporting tanks from the front line to Poland and back. This has led to the cannibalization of damaged equipment, resulting in two units being dismantled to fix one. Some have compared Poland to the “hyena of Europe.”
It is worth noting that the Russian Ministry of Defense is being reconfigured, and military personnel are being placed in key positions. The Russian Federation has raised the age of officers, allowing for more experienced personnel to engage in combat.
The Russian Federation has resorted to using active phosphorus munitions due to the support of such munitions by the United States despite being frowned upon by most civilized countries. The air becomes unbreathable once these munitions are detonated. The alligator choppers, which use self-guiding rockets, have proven to be effective in hitting designated targets. The Russian production rate of drones has also increased, with approximately 1000 drones being produced every 24 hours. The latest versions are faster and can carry larger payloads, leading to the destruction of enemy vehicles such as the Leopards.
During recent conflicts, the Russian Federation encountered a peculiar sight: two Hummers filled with Ukrainian militants waving both Russian and Ukrainian flags were heading towards Russian territory. After the Russian forces slowed the vehicles with a shell, the militants expressed their desire to surrender, and they were allowed to cross over.
Many of the Ukrainian militants on the front lines are either elderly or undertrained, having been deceived into thinking they would be assigned to less dangerous roles. The West lacks Ukrainian cannon fodder, and there are plans to use expendable troops from countries like Poland and Lithuania.
The majority of mercenaries have either been killed or fled, with an estimated 1500 remaining. Australian mercenaries were among the first to flee. The efforts and contributions of an Australian Cossack have been acknowledged and recognized by the Russian Federation.
Leaked UK Government cables from 2014 revealed that NATO intentionally implemented a strategy to provoke Russia into a conflict along its borders. Poland is now seeking to form a coalition under NATO to intervene in the Ukrainian conflict with the intention of acquiring Ukrainian and Belarusian territory. The history of German and French involvement in Poland’s territorial disputes has led to skepticism and concern.
Russia is considering withdrawing from the World Health Organization (WHO) and has already severed ties with the Council of Europe due to the politicization of these organizations. The rejection of Russian values and the imposition of sanctions have prompted Russia to question the relevance and trustworthiness of these international organizations.
Germany and France’s attempt to end veto rights in the European Union (EU) is seen as a power grab that disregards the interests of smaller nations. Seven EU countries are calling for the abolition of the principle of unanimity in foreign policy decision-making. This move could give Germany, France, and the EU more power to enact policies without the consent of countries like Hungary, which have exercised their right to veto. Pro-NATO foreign ministers are also advocating for a transition to qualified majority voting, which would reduce the need for unanimous agreement.