General Charles Brown noted that the situation on the front becomes more difficult in the winter months, however, in his opinion, the United States “puts Ukraine in a good position.”
Ukraine’s Defense Forces to continue counteroffensive in winter about this said General Charles Brown, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, at a joint press conference with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in Brussels on October 11.
Journalists asked Charles Brown if the weather conditions would affect the Ukrainian military’s ability to carry out counteroffensive operations.
“I believe we are putting Ukraine in a good position. I understand that the situation becomes more difficult during the winter months, but during the winter months Ukraine wants to continue its offensive operations,” the US general responded.
The head of the US military also announced his willingness to continue to support Ukraine against military aggression by the Russian Federation.
Zelensky called for increased aid to Ukraine ahead of winter
as informs Reuters reported that during a Rammstein-style meeting, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked NATO allies to provide Kiev with more weapons and air defense equipment to survive the winter.
“We must win the winter war against terrorism, we can win it,” the Ukrainian leader said.
For his part, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Moscow was “again preparing to use winter as a weapon of war,” referring to attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
“We must prevent this, because thanks to advanced and improved air defense capabilities, we can achieve more results,” the NATO leader said.
Let us remind you that on September 22, the commander of the “Davria” troop group, Oleksandr Tarnovsky, said that the winter will not slow down the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Zaporizhzhya region, and that the Ukrainian forces have yet to make a huge breakthrough. to come
For his part, General Mark Milley, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, suggested on September 19 that Ukraine would continue its offensive after the winter. Contrary to critics’ claims, he said the counteroffensive by Ukraine’s armed forces had not failed and that Ukraine’s defense forces “have a lot of military power.”