The special military operation in Ukraine will be completed in four to six months, meaning it well end, by the end of the year. By this time, a truce will be concluded. This opinion was expressed by the former commander of the joint forces of NATO in Europe, James Stavridis.
He discussed the course of the fighting during a radio interview with New York businessman John Katsimatidis. It is obvious that the conflict "bogged down on both sides," the former military man noted. His words are quoted by Newsweek.
The NATO officer compared the situation in Ukraine with the one at the end of the Korean War.
Stavridis believes that the conflict will end in 4-6 months, since neither side will be able to withstand much more than this, and a militarized zone will be created between the parties.
According to Stavridis, everything can also go into the stage of a "frozen conflict".