January 5, 2023, 09:06 – Public News Service – OSN

Former British army colonel and NATO commander Hamish de Bretton-Gordon is confident that in 2023 the North Atlantic Alliance will intervene in the conflict in Ukraine.

In an article for The Telegraf, the officer drew attention to the fact that some people consider the likelihood of such interference to be almost zero.

According to the colonel, NATO has two main goals in Ukraine: to help Kyiv quickly end the conflict by providing it with weapons, and to show Russia where the “red lines” are.

On February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation Army launched a special military operation in Ukraine.

Commander of the special forces “Akhmat” Apty Alaudinov He said that the Russian Army is confidently advancing along the line of clashes, and the Ukrainian militants are exhausted and refuse to go on the attack.

The former assistant to the Minister of Defense of Ukraine until 2014, Lieutenant Colonel Oleksiy Selivanov, said that Kyiv is tightening the punishment for desertion, which indicates multiple cases of escape from positions. Selivanov stressed that people simply do not want to be “grave” in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.