Difficult situation on the eastern front (Russian-Ukrainian War)

in ukraine •  17 days ago 

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In the "11.02 Heavy Situation on the Eastern Front. China also wants to return historical lands" YouTube video, the speaker discusses the ongoing military situation in Ukraine and the Eastern Front, which involves intense battles in various regions such as Bahmutske, Odesa, and Herson. The speaker shares information on enemy attacks, Ukrainian troop responses, and civilian casualties. Additionally, the speaker touches upon diplomatic developments like Russia's possible visit to North Korea and the geopolitical implications of Russian and Chinese territorial claims. The speaker also shares their opinions on the importance of military supplies, tactical innovations, and historical contexts. Throughout the video, the speaker emphasizes the critical nature of the situation and the pressing need for diplomacy and resilience.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Heavy Situation on the Eastern Front. China also wants to return historical lands," the speaker discusses the operational situation over the past 24 hours in Ukraine, starting with the night which saw an enemy raid using approximately 45 Shahet 131 and 136 drones. Ukrainian forces responded with anti-aircraft weapons, destroying 40 out of 45 enemy drones in regions including Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Zhytomyr, Kirovohrad, Nikolayev, Cherkasy, Odessa, Dnipropetrovska, and Hersonaya. The results were considered decent, although the drones acted like cockroaches, requiring ground combat to eliminate them. The enemy launched three rockets and 64 aerial strikes, as well as 93 shelling attacks with rocket launch systems, some targeting Ukrainian troops and others near the front lines. Civilian casualties and damage to infrastructure were reported, particularly in Sumska, Kharkivska, Donetska, Zaporizhska, and Hersonska oblasts. The situation remained stable but tense along the Volynska and Poleska fronts, but active enemy action continued along the northern and Slovyansky fronts, with the enemy attempting to infiltrate Ukrainian territory for reconnaissance and sabotage. Ukrainian forces are strengthening their border defenses in response.

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In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the ongoing military situation on the Eastern Front, specifically focusing on the intensifying battles in the Bahmutske direction. The defense line has held on the Limanskiy front, but the situation is critical in the Avdeevskoe direction due to relentless attacks. The enemy has attempted 35 attacks on the Mariiniskoe operational direction and had partial success, pushing the frontlines further south. Despite this, the Ukrainian forces have counterattacked and pushed back the opposing forces. The Shakhtorskoe direction has seen two unsuccessful enemy assaults, while the situation remains stable on the Zaporozhskoe front, where the enemy launches attacks but fails to make significant gains. Throughout the discussions, the speaker highlights the immense pressure and difficulty in repelling continuous attacks, given the enemy's significant aerial and artillery advantages.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуation на восточном фронte. Китай такоже хочет вернуть исторические земли," the speaker discusses the ongoing military situation in the Odesa and Herson regions, where Ukrainian forces continue to hold their ground against occupation forces and repel multiple daily attacks. The enemy has launched 11-14 штурмов в суток (shock attacks per day), causing significant losses to the enemy in personnel, tanks, artillery systems, and unmanned vehicles. The Black Sea currently holds 11 enemy ships, including two carrier-mounted cruise missile systems capable of launching up to six missiles each. Ukrainian forces have damaged enemy command and control points, weapons, and equipment in several areas. The speaker then mentions a diplomatic development: Russia and North Korea are reportedly coordinating the dates for a visit from Russian President Vladimir Putin to North Korea, which could be a significant move as North Korea is one of Russia's key suppliers of ammunition. Additionally, China, with whom North Korea shares a border, has stated its readiness to go to war with South Korea if necessary. The speaker concludes by noting that there's a small chance the Putin visit might not happen and that the US primary elections are ongoing, with former President Donald Trump being one of the candidates.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуация на восточном фронте. Китай тоже хочет вернуть исторические земли," Donald Trump's actions as a disruptive force in the United States are compared to Russian President Vladimir Putin's efforts to halt Western aid to Ukraine. Trump has been vocal in his opposition to a Senate bill providing $95 billion in additional funding for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan, instead advocating for loans rather than grants. While Biden's administration is trying to pass this bill and turn it into law, Trump's rhetoric stirs uncertainty among NATO countries and encourages Putin to act aggressively against them, particularly those not paying their military dues. Trump also hinted at withdrawing the US from NATO, which could potentially lead to its collapse and serious geopolitical repercussions, ultimately weakening America's position on the world stage.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуация на восточном фронте. Китай тоже хочет вернуть историческими землями," the speaker discusses the critical situation on the Eastern Front and the potential impact of historical territorial claims. The US is urged to change its foreign policy and provide Ukraine with necessary military aid to prevent the collapse of the front. Russia's President Putin, in an interview with American journalist Carlson, spoke of historical territories belonging to the Russian Federation or formerly the Russian Empire, such as Vladivostok, which China now demands Russia return. Putin was previously accused of stirring up the "Chinese dragon." China's famous actor Robert Wu believes Russia has taken large territories that should be returned, specifically Eastern Siberia. The Chinese government's history textbook acknowledges territorial claims extending nearly halfway through Siberia, from the Ural Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. Russia has granted citizenship to large numbers of Chinese settlers, challenging the land's demographics and leading to the spread of Chinese culture. Ultimately, Putin's historical claims and Chinese expansionist policies may become a mere joke. Meanwhile, CNN reports that Ukrainian President Zelensky is pressuring Russia's Syria to resolve the stalemate on the frontlines and urgently develop a new plan to avoid further deterioration of the situation.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуация на восточном фронте. Китай тоже хочет вернуть исторические земли," the speaker discusses ongoing military tension between Russia and Ukraine, with countries bordering Ukraine such as Romania raising their alert levels due to potential airspace violations. The speaker also mentions that Russia has provided missile defense systems to Ukraine, but other countries, including Poland, have expressed reluctance to participate in the conflict. The speaker also touches on NATO's attempts to coordinate weapons supplies to Ukraine, but notes that NATO will not be directly involved in the conflict or close its airspace to incoming aircraft due to political reasons.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Tяжелая ситуation на восточном фронte. Китай тоже хочет вернуть историческиe земли," the speaker discusses the outdated Soviet anti-aircraft missile system, the Krug, and its absence in Ukraine's current military inventory. The complex, which was once in service, was produced at the Sverdlovsk plant and was used for air defense in Ukraine. However, the lack of resources to modernize the system, along with its age, led to its removal from service. The speaker also mentions the strategic importance of three potential zones of resistance: Avdeevka, the patrol point at Chasov Yar, and the Ukrainian town of Ugledar. Despite the enemy's persistent efforts to advance towards these zones, Ukraine hopes to keep them under control. However, if the enemy succeeds in making significant gains, they may attempt to bypass these strongholds and enforce a siege on key towns like Severdonetsk. For now, Ukraine relies on the heroism and determination of its troops to hold the line, with a focus on timely completion of engineering equipment for its defensive installations. Regarding winter warfare, the speaker ponders the relevance of snowshoes and sledges in contemporary warfare, stating that they could still play a role if the conditions justify it.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Heavy Situation on the Eastern Front. China also wants to return historical lands," the speaker discusses the challenges of military movement in the context of minefields. While increasing the passageability and speed of movement is advantageous, the speaker is unsure about overcoming mine barriers due to the sensitivity of mines from World War II. According to him, minefields can only be passed using mine sweepers, which can be problematic as hidden anti-tank mines in the ground can be difficult to detect and disarm using minesweeps. He explains that if armor is used, anti-personnel mines present a threat. These mines have sophisticated sensors that detect human vibration and are triggered by the slightest contact with personnel or machinery. If infantry is riding in armor, the mines will explode near the vehicle, putting the soldiers inside at risk. Therefore, the speaker suggests that walking on skis is a more suitable alternative, but this is not practical in many situations. He concludes that modern armored vehicles, like Rap, which have a capsule for the infantry inside, are often used due to their higher safety levels. Despite the danger of mines, these measures have saved lives, and the development of mines and mine countermeasures have continued to advance.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуation на восточном фронte. Китай тоже хочет вернуть исторические земли," the speaker discusses the importance of artillery in warfare, particularly in developed countries where air power is increasingly taking center stage. However, artillery and rocket forces remain crucial components, requiring mathematical calculations and advanced technology for effective use. The speaker shares his personal experiences as an artilleryman, explaining the role of geometry and advanced calculators in determining artillery targets, as well as the prestige associated with the profession. He concludes by emphasizing the significance of artillery in warfare, as it enables commanders to influence the course of battle from a distance and support infantry units.

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In this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Тяжелая ситуация на восточном фронте. Китай тоже хочет вернуть исторические земли," the speaker discusses the Russians' motivations for going to war and their living conditions. The speaker suggests that people in Russia are primarily concerned with money and lands, and that they are living like cavemen. Putin is criticized for lowering the standard of living and turning Russian society into a marginalized one. The speaker points out that Russia under Putin has made territorial claims similar to Hitler's, referencing China's demands for Vladivostok and Habarovsk, Japan's claim on Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, and Europe's interest in Kaliningrad. The speaker also notes that Iran is transporting geranium 2 to Alabuga and criticizes Russia for not being able to take pride in its own country's history, economy, or healthcare. The interview with Putin where he made these territorial claims is mentioned, and China's territorial demands are compared to Putin's actions as starting the third world war. The speaker also discusses Irańskh shipments of geranium 2 to Alabuga and criticizes Russia for not being able to take pride in its own country's history, economy, or healthcare. The speaker urges viewers to fact-check the information in the interview and encourages them to support the production of the video.

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in this section of the YouTube video titled "11.02 Heavy situation on the eastern front. China also wants to return historical lands," a speaker criticizes Russia's actions with extreme nationalism and disregard for human and natural life. The discussion also mentions Russia's destruction of wildlife in protected areas and the inability to produce smartphones or computers. The speaker compares the impact of a T-72 and T-90 tank explosion, and addresses false accusations against him, stating that he is not focusing on beer, but rather on the situation. Russian leaders, such as Medvedev and Hammer, are criticized for their actions and words, and the speaker expresses a need to debunk false information. The observer closes the video by thanking viewers for their attention and encourages them to subscribe and like the video. The speaker also adds words of gratitude to sponsors and those supporting his channel. The conversation continues, focusing on the defense of Ukraine and its eventual victory.

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