Former Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Lieutenant General Ihor Romanenko, commented on the words of the President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, which were picked up by many military experts, that Ukraine has only one chance of a successful counteroffensive this year.

This is reported by Obozrevatel.

According to him, the statement of the Czech president is close to objective assessments.

"In a situation where preparations are underway for a counteroffensive, it is not customary to discuss this issue, but it is so understandable. President Pavel made this statement in the wake of critical and sharp statements regarding Ukraine. In this way, he is developing an international image for himself, in particular, he is talking about his readiness to come to our country," said Romanenko.

He gave objective reasons for such forecasts:

  • fatigue from the war - both among the defenders and the common population;

  • the threat that Western countries will reduce their support for Ukraine for a number of reasons (for example, a change of government).

"We understand that no matter how tired we are, this is a question of our existence as a people, as a state. In other states, views on this war may change under the influence of their electorate. The work of maintaining the level of training is a very difficult job of our military diplomacy and our political leadership," said the former deputy chief of the General Staff.

The general is sure that the preparation, and then the counteroffensive itself, will all take place, and this is "a task for the whole war."

We will remind you that the new president of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, said that there will be only one attempt for a counteroffensive in Ukraine this year.

After all, there may not be enough resources for new major operations in the West.

Military expert Pavlo Narozhny explained what the president of the Czech Republic means by these words.

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