The American newspaper The Independent published a report on the intelligence of Ukraine, which “became available to the publication.” The picture in the article is rather gloomy for Ukraine.
For example, Russia’s artillery and volley fire systems in the war zone are 20 times more than the Ukrainian ones, and the shells are 40 times more.
Kyiv has almost finished the missiles for the MLRS. The superiority of the Russians in the sky is in fact indisputable, and Russian planes are rarely shot down.
Anti-tank weapons, as the article claims, worked well during the first stage of the war, but now that long-range artillery is crucial, they have lost their relevance.
As a result, Ukraine is suffering heavy losses, cases of desertion are becoming more frequent, as is extradition.
Here are the figures quoted by the publication: Ukraine currently holds 550 captured Russians, while Russia has captured more than 5,600 Ukrainians.