Russia moved to a creeping offensive in Ukraine: journalist describes changes on the front

Yuriy Butusov
Yuriy Butusov
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: February 05 2023 at 05:18 pm

Today on the front in Ukraine, the terrorist state Russia is changing its warfare strategy for the fourth time since the start of the full-scale invasion, and has now moved to a creeping infantry offensive. The enemy is changing its tactics for using troops to gain an advantage in this infantry warfare in many parts of the front.

Yuriy Butusov, editor-in-chief of, told Radio NV about this in an interview. He stressed that the Ukrainian defense must change (to see the video, scroll to the end of the news).

Butusov pointed out that after the defeat, Russia switched to strategic defense in September, October, November. And beginning in November, when the Russian Federation began mass mobilization, there was a surge of mobilized men at the front.

"They studied our strategy, they realized after many defeats that our main kind of troops is infantry. And now the Russian command is trying to counter our infantry with its own, that is, to knock out our key trump card," the journalist explained.

The occupiers are reinforcing a significant number of their troops with means, high-precision weapons, and support by aviation. Also, the Russian command concentrates a lot of ammunition and reconnaissance equipment in Ukraine.

Recall: the aggressor country Russia continues to relocate troops to temporarily occupied Mariupol in Donetschina. Currently, the grouping of Russians in the city and nearby settlements has increased to about 30,000 occupants. They are probably creating reserves to continue the attack on Ugledar.

"The military occupiers are quite chatty with the locals. They report the priority of the direction of the attack on Ugledar (Donetsk region. - Ed.) and Zaporozhye," said Peter Andryushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.

As MyUkraineis reported:

- Russia has moved additional forces to the Kursk region allegedly to protect the border with the Sumy region of Ukraine. Local authorities claim that the region has allegedly been repeatedly shelled by Ukrainian shelling since the start of the large-scale invasion of Ukraine;-in addition, Russia is increasing the practice of using "punitive detachments" against its own servicemen. A special SOBR rapid reaction unit arrived in Donetsk Region the other day to quell riots among the Russian occupiers.

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