US intelligence talks about tactics Russia could use to force Ukraine to negotiate 0

US intelligence talks about tactics Russia could use to force Ukraine to negotiate

(Dan Tri) – A US intelligence official said that Russia will increase attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure, slowing down defense production and forcing the country to consider negotiations.

Nag increased attacks on Ukraine’s important infrastructure to exert pressure.

Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee on May 2, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said that Russia is seeing developments both domestically and internationally that are beneficial to it, so it will likely continue the war.

According to her, Russia has increased attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure to hinder Ukraine’s ability to mobilize weapons and troops, slow down defense production and force the country to consider negotiations.

`Russia’s increasingly aggressive tactics, such as attacks on Ukraine’s electrical infrastructure, are intended to give the impression to Ukraine that continuing to fight will only increase Ukraine’s losses and will not lead to the

The Russia-Ukraine conflict has lasted more than 2 years and shows no signs of ending.

The Economist newspaper quoted Ukrainian military intelligence general Vadim Skibitsky as saying that May is an important month when Russia carries out a `3-layer plan` to destabilize Ukraine.

Accordingly, the first layer is to strengthen military attacks.

In the interview, General Skibitsky added that he `does not see any way for Ukraine to win on the battlefield alone. Even if Ukraine could push Russian forces back to the border – an increasingly remote prospect.`

According to him, wars of this type can only end with treaties.

In another related development, the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday confirmed that it did not invite Russia to attend the Global Peace Summit on Ukraine taking place in this country next June.

However, Switzerland emphasized that Russia is just not invited at this stage,  but any negotiations on peace in Ukraine without Russia are impossible.

The conference was held at the request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and based on the 10-point `peace formula` proposed by the Ukrainian leader.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova also announced yesterday that Moscow would not participate in the conference on Ukraine in Switzerland, or any other event related to the `peace formula` of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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