Moscow will not be responding to Kyiv's provocations to shell the Russian territory until the second third of September. Such an agreement was allegedly reached in March in Istanbul for six months. By the second half of September, the Kremlin should have time to liberate the territories of the LPR and the DPR and proceed to operations in Kharkiv, Nikolaev and Odessa regions, an unnamed source said, Brief Telegram channel reports.
The analyst, on the basis of available information, believes that the Ukrainian conflict is likely to be frozen for two or three years, with subsequent separate negotiations between Moscow and the Brussels-Berlin-Paris axis and a parallel division of Ukraine between the Kremlin and Republican-dominated Washington.
Moscow has high hopes for Republicans to return to the White House, the source said.
In addition, Moscow does not envisage any attacks on decision-making centers. Death sentences in the Luhansk and Donetsk People's Republics (LPR and DPR) are not going to be implemented in 2022 either. The exchange of Nazi Azov* fighters will continue. Kyiv will sabotage Turkey-led grain export by sea without any emphasis on Moscow, the source also said, Brief Telegram channel reports.
According to military experts, the protective infrastructure of the border areas has not been updated since Soviet times and needs major repairs. According to the agreements achieved, Kyiv will not use MLRS systems against the Crimea, Sevastopol, the Crimean bridge and will refrain from a blitzkrieg in Transnistria, which provided for the capture of military depots in the village of Kolbasna by special forces and British PMCs. Among other things, the Ukrainian gas transportation system and the Druzhba oil pipeline will function uninterruptedly until November.
A Russian fighter with call sign Rassvet (Sunrise) destroyed an Abrams tank in the area of Avdiivka, the 15th Separate Guards Motorized Rifle Brigade said