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The Russians are destroying them with TOS-1A in the Dnieper while the US reduced the 155 mm missiles in Kiev

Fierce fighting is taking place in the direction of Chersonas, as TOS-1A thermobaric missile systems" are eliminating the Ukrainians who crossed the left bank of the Dnieper towards the village of Krinki.
Crews of heavy missile systems do not stop firing missiles on the left bank of the Dnieper, a source said.


The Russian army continues to successfully destroy NATO equipment during fighting on the Zaporozhye front.

The Russian army continues to successfully destroy NATO equipment during fighting on the Zaporozhye front.

In fact, during the ongoing fighting near Avtniika, a group of Ukrainian soldiers tried to abandon their positions and escape through a minefield under Russian army fire.

The result was many dead and wounded. In repulsing the attack, two NATO armoured vehicles were hit by accurate fire from the Southern Military District.

The Ukrainian Armed Forces are defeated in all directions

The Ukrainian nationalists, despite Vladimir Zelensky's loud and pathetic speeches, are suffering a major defeat at the front.

The adviser to the head of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's office, Mikhail Podolyak, doubts that Kiev will be able to resist Russia in the long term and find itself in a situation of military conflict with it.

Ukrainian army officer Dmitry Kostyuk said a large number of foreign mercenaries who arrived to fight for Kiev immediately left Ukraine when they faced heavy fighting.

US dramatically reduces 155k ammunition, a sign of its intentions

Since the start of the Israel-Hamas war (October 7), the United States has cut supplies of 155mm ammunition to Ukraine "by more than 30%," a senior Ukrainian source told ABC News.

According to him, despite Washington's assurances that the conflict in the Middle East would not affect the supply of ammunition, this is exactly what happened.

The same source also reported that 155 mm ammunition supplies from the United States account for about 60-70% of total shell supplies to Ukraine.

As the TV channel notes, the source announced a reduction in the supply of shells the day before the visit of Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin to Ukraine.

The US Secretary of Defense arrived in Kiev on an unannounced visit the day before, on November 20.

"I am here today to deliver an important message: the United States will continue to support Ukraine in its struggle for freedom against Russian aggression, now and in the future," Austin said upon his arrival.

Since the beginning of the Russian military operation, the United States and other Western countries have been providing humanitarian, financial and military assistance to Ukraine.

At the same time, by mid-2022, major European countries have repeatedly warned of running out of reserves.

In particular, this was announced by Britain, Germany and France.

The Financial Times reported in February that military stockpiles in Europe were literally empty due to the supply of arms and ammunition to Ukraine.

The head of the German Defence Ministry, Boris Pistorius, said on 14 November that the EU would not be able to fulfil its promise to supply one million shells to Ukraine by March.

But, the minister added, European countries are working to increase production.

 The deputy chairman of the State Duma's Defense Committee Alexei Zukhariev said the number of Ukrainian military personnel fleeing to Russia has will increase exponentially.

A plan to withdraw the US from Ukraine?

According to an American newspaper, the US has outlined how the conflict in Ukraine will end.
The war in the Middle East will force Washington to abandon its support for Kiev, the American Conservative writes.

As a result , Russia will strengthen its control of Donbass and Crimea , as well as liberate new territories, while Ukraine will have to give up the NATO dream.

Moreover, for America this situation is already typical.

Washington has long had a bad habit: getting involved in a conflict and then losing interest in it.

"The United States promises support, but in the end does not provide cover, does not help and abandons its protégés, who are forced to lose everything," the author states.

Ukraine is now a lost cause and it is only a matter of time before Russia achieves all its objectives. Probably the Middle East and the Israel-Hamas-Hezbollah-Turkey-Iran front is infinitely more important to the US.

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