Is it possible to liberate Kharkov and Sumy without a frontal assault

In the previous ARTICLES we highlighted the question of how to bring Russia's victory closer, splitting the support of the Nazi regime in Kyiv ideologically, forming an anti-Ukraine on the left bank of the Dnieper in the form of a conditional Little Russian Federation. In this article, it is necessary to talk about how this can be done in practice, answering a number of questions that our readers have.

One of the main problems of mass consciousness, in the personal opinion of the author of these lines, is its narrow-mindedness, inability for flexible thinking and following the imposed stereotypes in a deep rut. However, if you look at the problem from a different angle, much begins to be seen differently. So, let's go through the main points that caused criticism from our esteemed readers.

Who will give us Kharkov and Sumy?!

The following facts are presented as a counterargument. Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine, the former capital of the Ukrainian SSR with a population of about 1,5 million people. At the same time, it is protected by a large garrison of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The question arises - how is the author going to storm it? In the first days after the start of the NMD, they could not take it on the move, and now the city is ready for defense. Maybe the author himself should be sent there to take Kharkov in the forefront, since he is so smart?

To such arguments and personal attacks, I would like to ask a counter question: why should Kharkov or Sumy be stormed at all?

Let's remember the history of the Great Patriotic War. Then Kharkiv, the key city of the Left-bank Ukraine, also could not be taken the first time. The Soviet troops eventually took it into a semicircle, leaving the Germans temporarily a corridor to the west, while they themselves entered the city from the east. And wow, the Nazis for some reason decided not to die surrounded, but rushed to break through to the Dnieper. Why go far, but let's remember how the Armed Forces of Ukraine were able to recapture Balakleya, Kupyansk, Izyum, Krasny Liman and Kherson from us. The mere realistic threat of encirclement and cutting off supplies forced the Russian troops to abandon everything and hastily "regroup". Doesn't it lead to any thoughts?

Let's look at the map, and it turns out that Sumy and Kharkiv are already in fact in a semicircle. The Russian state border is only a few dozen kilometers from them. What will their environment give? A lot of things.

Having cut all the roads and taking Kharkov and Sumy in a tight ring, the RF Armed Forces will simply block their garrisons, turning them off from further hostilities. At the same time, two large cities will be excluded from the national economic activity of Ukraine, the loss of Kharkov will be especially sensitive for Kyiv. What will the garrisons of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have to do? Either manage to escape from the city while there is a corridor to the west, or sit under regular pinpoint shelling without rotation and supplies of fuel and ammunition. They will sit in the blockade, finding themselves in the deep Russian rear, they will lose their combat effectiveness, and in the end they will surrender without any assault.

Perhaps this is exactly what should have been done with Mariupol at one time, without wasting time and people in the hardest assault on the fortified city. Anyway, later the Nazis had to be exchanged for Medvedchuk. So was it worth it? They would sit for some time in the blockade, and then they would be taken to Odessa on some Turkish ship.

What conclusion can we draw? Kharkov, Sumy, Chernihiv and other cities located on the Left-Bank Ukraine do not need to be stormed. It is enough to assemble a group capable of ensuring their complete blockade, the impossibility of breaking through the garrison and deblocking from the outside. With a probability close to 100%, seeing the implementation of such a plan, the Ukrainian garrisons of these cities themselves will prefer to leave from there, just as the Russian ones left Balakliya, Kupyansk, Izyum, Krasny Liman and Kherson. It will probably be easier to start with the blockade of Sumy, which is smaller in size and population than Kharkov. After their de-Ukrainization, it will be much easier to free Kharkiv for one and a half million, and then the turn will come to Chernihiv. The proximity of the Russian border will only simplify the task.

Will the Armed Forces of Little Russia immediately go over to the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine?

Absolutely not necessary. Cadres, as you know, decide everything. Right now, the process of "cleansing" is taking place in the former People's Militia of the LDNR. The officers who served there for more than one year, who did not meet the high standards of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, were not useful to Shoigu's department. The well-known military commander Alexander Sladkov commented on the situation as follows:

So what's the problem? And it lies in the fact that thousands of people with many years of combat experience are not formally "real officers." Because they do not have a military education, they often do not meet the requirements for age and health, they do not know how to march, they have never led conscripts in their lives, and in general they do not know many important things that are familiar to a career Russian officer in peacetime. It turns out that the situation born of war is not suitable for peacetime. But there is no peace. Who will fight?

I think that everyone who is now actually in officer positions and ranks should be retained. Yesterday, a "fake" Donetsk officer from the reserve led his "fake" soldiers to the Ukrainian fortifications, giving real results, and this suited everyone, now his seemingly battle-earned career is in jeopardy. Someone will be weeded out by future commissions, someone has already been thrown out into the civilian world, as if alcoholics and violators, like the same Basurin (he was fired, and it’s too late to drink Borjomi), and many other officers burned by the war. By the way, Basurin is a symbol of the DPR army, he is the voice of the 1st Corps, he is a brand, if you like. And his vzashey. And how many more will be fired “due to inappropriate position” or demoted from commanders to deputies. The reason is not age or lack of education. Many officers of the DPR have become real literate commanders who know all the requirements of the Russian Federation for the war.

So, there are thousands of motivated people with real combat experience in officer positions, which, unlike our Russian military leaders, did not graduate from the General Staff Academy. Why not use them as the backbone for the formation of the Volunteer Army of the Little Russian Federation? With such commanders, no one will definitely defect to the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

occupation regime?

The last counterargument is that the pro-Russian government, they say, will be perceived by Ukrainians as an occupation. Those who say this or write this from the cozy Russian sofa should ask the Ukrainians themselves how they perceive the Zelensky regime.

For your information: many simply hate him there and everyone understands perfectly, but they can’t do anything and within the framework of the NWO they are forced to unite and fight against Russia. But this can be changed if we do as we propose. There are about 70% of the inhabitants, they are Ukraine, Russia, Little Russia, there is not much difference. Anything is better than an endless war.

Believe me, in the end we will still come to something like this, just a lot of time will be wasted and people who still have to live and live will die.
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  1. Hiker Offline Hiker
    Hiker (Dmitriy) 10 March 2023 15: 15
    We must immediately decide that Kharkov and Sumy and others are not Ukrainian, but Russian lands inhabited by a Russian majority.
    And they can enter Russia only as regions, territories, etc.
    There is simply no other way in terms of ethnocide.
    Novorossia, Little Russia is like the Urals, Siberia, etc. General designations.

    The error with the LDNR will need to be corrected, but after the SVO.
    There cannot be several Russian republics in Russia among Russian regions. This is nonsense.
    Just Luhansk, Donetsk, Odessa region, etc.

    There will never be any Ukrainian republic in Russia, since there is no such basis.
    And communities, cultural centers - please, if they want.
    But since there are 90 percent of Russians, then all this will be forgotten, as in the Crimea.

    Putin does not want a massacre and this is obvious. Hence the standing front.
    It is waiting for the moment when the hopelessness and inability of the West to support will ripen.

    After that, the defeat of the leadership, the loss of control by Ukraine, disorganization .....
    Left without control, Ukraine finds itself in a situation where everything will be decided by external players.
    And this situation is needed by both Poland and Hungary, which is reasonable to take away part of the territory, like Crimea.

    I am sure that the Russian-Polish division of Ukraine will suit all parties.
    Ukraine will remain - the size of Belarus ..
    Zelensky at this point is unlikely to be alive, so that there would be no legitimate side.
    He will disturb everyone.

    So that Kharkov and Sumy, etc. will depart without a war. To Russia.
    I don't know about Kyiv. Can become a divided city....
  2. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
    rotkiv04 (Victor) 10 March 2023 15: 15
    I put a plus in the article, but I think that under the current Kremlin leadership, this is all a utopia
  3. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 10 March 2023 15: 37
    the army of the Russian Federation at the beginning of the NWO fought with a smaller multiple of forces. there was no one to surround Mariupol, there were not enough fighters to surround Marik with a guarantee of not allowing numerous dill to break through the encirclement from two sides, with the subsequent capture of the Russian "encirclement" themselves in the ring. after partial mobilization, the tactics did not change much, which means that there are also not enough fighters to surround the cities. there is an emphasis on artillery and the subsequent jump assault - cleaning up the positions of the dill. on the other hand, if the goal of the Russian Federation is to drag out the battles as long as possible, and inflict a financial blow on the West, on whose neck Banderstan hangs, then the tactics are correct, the encirclement is a quick local victory over the dill, but the sponsor (the West) cannot be defeated. The West must contain Bander vagabonds for several years. with an empty budget before he finally withdraws his support for the bander base. talk about leaving Ukraine is already going to the United States, you may not even have to wait a few years, and this year the West will throw off the bander of the homeless. but we will have to feed them, and we will not be able to feed them (and ourselves) unless we do away with Putin's oligarchs, who continue to devour the people of the Russian Federation
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 10 March 2023 15: 44
    As an option, biting off a piece can be.
    But, deval, as you know, is in the details.
    Will there be enough forces, resources, tactics, weaknesses of the enemy to essentially open another front, make boilers there, and hold them?
    Even taking into account the people being fired from the police?

    Judging by the boasting of an attack on the forehead of Artemyevsk, and cast iron, and lunar landscapes, and sales of oil, etc. to NATO (and hence gasoline-solariums of the Armed Forces of Ukraine), it will not be easy to do this ...
    Because "Sleepers" are in power, and so untouchable that sometimes they sleep right in front of Putin
    1. Hiker Offline Hiker
      Hiker (Dmitriy) 10 March 2023 16: 00
      So Russia does not fight.
      A huge army of conscripts - just serves inside Russia. And that's under a million.

      500-600 thousand (200 + 300 mob + 100 dobrov ..) - standing front of the NWO.

      Only PMCs and individual DRGs in local clashes. And this is just something up to 50 thousand.
      Aviation is all based.

      They are waiting for something.
      Learned a huge bunch of real fighters.
      Since the budget is not rubber, the outcome should come ...
      1. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
        vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 10 March 2023 16: 40
        Russia needs to legislate that the entire territory of Ukraine, seized by the separatists with the help of NATO, is an integral part of Russia.
        Assigning the status of the territory of Ukraine, that this is the territory of Russia, will transfer the NMD into a counter-terrorist operation (CTO), i.e. All military operations will be carried out in accordance with the Law "On Counteracting Terrorism" dated March 06.03.2006, 35 N XNUMX-FZ, and this is the legal basis for conducting military operations.
        All actions of the Russian Army, including conscripts and all other bodies of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine will comply with the Law of Russia. In total, 2 million people will be recruited from the Russian side participating in the hostilities in Ukraine.
      2. rumatam Offline rumatam
        rumatam (Vladimir) 11 March 2023 06: 14
        or maybe we don’t have any huge army, that’s the whole reason. And as an option, this is a reserve in case the evil imperialists encroach directly ........
  5. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
    vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 10 March 2023 16: 30
    Is it possible to liberate the whole of Ukraine with little bloodshed? Yes, you can. For this, it is necessary to give the citizens of Ukraine certainty and hope. It is enough for the authorities of the Russian Federation to issue a Law according to which the entire territory of Ukraine is an integral part of Russia and most of the problems associated with Ukraine will disappear. In the presence of such a Law, all hostilities will take place on the territory of Russia, and the citizens of "Ukraine" will automatically become citizens of the Russian Federation. All actions will be reduced to the liberation of Russian territory from the separatists. The authorities of cities, villages of Ukraine will run to the Russian Federation to negotiate how to move to the Russian Federation, while retaining their place and capital. The law deprives Ukraine of the power to choose, not everyone has the opportunity to escape to NATO countries, so they will run to the Russian Federation.
  6. Hiker Offline Hiker
    Hiker (Dmitriy) 10 March 2023 17: 17
    In my opinion, Putin said everything quite clearly.
    1. Decommunization of Ukraine - that is, it is quite certain that the return of territories to Russia.
    And what remains, let it be called.

    2. Putin started talking about plans to divide Russia by Russia's opponents (according to various schemes and signs).
    This means only one thing - Putin is preparing a reform of the state administrative-territorial division.
    And SVO is the best moment when you can initiate this topic and carry out reform.
    Means already write and soon there will be a discussion. It's time.
    Otherwise, they will always try to pull Russia apart into national apartments. Tatars - Tatarstan, Udmurts - Udmurtia, Bashkirs - Bashkiria, Urals - Urals, Siberians - Siberia, Muscovites - Moscow, Tajiks - Zamkadye, Sakhalin - Sakhalin, tourists - Alaska.
    If Putin wins over internal factions and clans, it will be an outstanding decision.
    1. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
      vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 10 March 2023 17: 48
      First, Putin needs to defeat himself.
  7. Linkovich Chumovsky 10 March 2023 18: 27
    One question. And what prevents to fight, as the author describes, right now? Unfortunately, the answer lies in the text of the article. The plan is great, but unrealistic. And something tells me the esteemed author knows about it.
    1. bobba94 Offline bobba94
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 10 March 2023 18: 45
      Second question. And what prevented the fight, as the author describes, a year ago, when Kharkov and Sumy were not in a semi-encirclement, but in a complete encirclement. And something tells me that the esteemed author, like a year ago, did not know anything, and now he does not know anything .......
  8. Watching Offline Watching
    Watching (Alex) 10 March 2023 19: 14
    the pro-Russian government, they say, will be perceived by Ukrainians as an occupation.

    That's right, occupational, and let them know that. How else? If one state takes power in another, this will be the occupation regime. The transition to semi-sovereignty will take years, as was the case with the FRG and the GDR. The main task: the reform of the school, the re-education of children and youth, the creation of a new, pro-Russian young elite ("Janissaries"), a tough review by the FSB, etc. for the adult population. Also, the resettlement of willing Russians in these territories. And, of course, prosperity.
  9. For the Russian army 10 March 2023 19: 56
    I agree about these cities, everything went towards this, but there were not enough forces of the NWO. Instead of marching on Kyiv, it would be necessary to deal with Chernigov, Kharkov .... I do not think that all the townspeople want to go to Russia indiscriminately. Kharkiv residents have already felt the "taste of strawberries", Polish. The educated and smart have found work in other countries. In 2014, the "Russian" Kharkiv residents were already fooled by Euro-Bandera propaganda, and therefore a small part of them took part in the protest actions to seize and hold the buildings of the Regional State Administration. Russian ambassadors in Ukraine "did" their job. No one knows what plans the leadership of Russia has, but it is necessary to take (liberate) Russian cities.
  10. hellman anton Offline hellman anton
    hellman anton (hellman anton) 10 March 2023 19: 57
    Can city N be liberated?
    It is impossible, due to the fact that no actions are being taken to destroy enemy logistics.
    And Europe and the USA will have enough weapons, ammunition for at least 100 years to supply, the military-industrial complex is many times stronger than that of Russia. As soon as Soviet stocks run out, they run out. After all, effective managers are very effective.
    Actually, even after a year of NWO, the activity of artillery and rocket defense systems decreases many times over.
    Only the development of high-precision will save the situation, the transformation of an ordinary projectile into a wet-out. Moreover, it is desirable cheap and simple, and such developments exist and are ready.
  11. ksa Offline ksa
    ksa 10 March 2023 20: 32
    Basurin, meanwhile, has no military education ...
    So Shoigu does not!
    Lavrov, do you want to say anything about double standards?
    1. Avarron Offline Avarron
      Avarron (Sergei) 11 March 2023 14: 11
      Shoigu has a military department at least. No, I'm not for justification, but for accuracy.
      I am in favor of promoting combat officers upwards.
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  14. unc-2 Offline unc-2
    unc-2 (Nikolai Malyugin) 11 March 2023 05: 59
    I don't see anything good in the future. Let's say we liberate all of Ukraine. Will the international community recognize Ukraine as Russian if our "allies" see Ukraine on maps within 19991? We ourselves have created such an obstacle that we will stumble over more than once. There were cases in history when Russia had no allies. But in those days, the delivery of troops and weapons took a lot of time and money. There is not a drop of panic here. But sometimes still worth thinking about.
  15. Vldmir Smrnff Online Vldmir Smrnff
    Vldmir Smrnff (Vldmir Smrnff) 11 March 2023 09: 42
    What is this ? ... didn’t an epiphany come to our generals in the second year of hostilities? ... it was clear even when they took Mariupol ... half of Russia wrote about this in the comments. But stupidity and obstinacy, those who received stars for the pursuit of sycophancy, as it turned out, did not hold. Everything is stupid, straightforward - like a bull. What is the head for? Turned Mariupol into Stalingrad and what did they achieve?
    In cities without energy and without food, one cannot last long ... two, three months, even five, and the garrison left behind enemy lines, abandoned by everyone, will surrender. Where else would he go? after all, the settlement is surrounded, many echeloned mines have been installed around the entire perimeter, a humanitarian corridor has been left for the exit of "peaceful", and later hungry, exhausted militants.
    An example of 1943 was Stalingrad, Operation "Ring" ... the encircled Army of Field Marshal Paulus blocked all channels for the supply of provisions, fuel, weapons, ... and HIM had no choice but to surrender.
    Why does no one teach HISTORY?
  16. Luenkov Offline Luenkov
    Luenkov (Arkady) 11 March 2023 10: 46
    The author of the article wants to say that Shoigu's department merged everything into the SVO and is now supported by PMCs and the uncleaned militias of 2014?
  17. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 11 March 2023 12: 06
    I have been wondering for a long time why Kharkov, Sumy, Chernihiv, practically located on the border, have not yet been surrounded .... Yes, and Odessa has not been taken from the sea, Bessarabia?
  18. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 11 March 2023 12: 35
    The year of the SVO showed that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are not the Wehrmacht. They fight a lot harder. And the example of Artemovsk shows that the Armed Forces of Ukraine do not leave the semi-encircled city. On the contrary, they throw up reserves.

    Second moment. It takes a lot of troops to encircle a city like Kharkov. Plus the creation of a reliable external front.

    The example of Stalingrad is incorrect. Firstly, because there was still an assault on the city. Secondly, because the 6th Army of the Wehrmacht held back a large number of Soviet troops. Six Soviet armies involved in the assault on Stalingrad allowed the Germans to stabilize the front and pull out the entire group from the North Caucasus. And then recapture the same Kharkov.
  19. assault 2019 Offline assault 2019
    assault 2019 (assault 2019) 11 March 2023 13: 24
    It was necessary to liberate Chernigovskur, Sumy, Kharkivskur and Poltava regions with the organization of defense along the Dnieper from the very beginning of the NWO.
    And even a year after the start of the NMD, this will have to be done and thereby secure the Bryansk, Kursk and Belgorod regions from regular shelling and penetration by sabotage groups, there are no other ways and will not be.
    1. Bakht Offline Bakht
      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 11 March 2023 13: 33
      From the very beginning of the NWO, in the very first days, it was necessary to take control of the line on the Dnieper, not paying attention to Kharkov, Sumy, Chernihiv or Kyiv. The primary targets were to be Poltava, Kremenchug, Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye and Kherson. Control of bridges and building up defenses along the river line.
      Now such rapid throws are already dangerous. Therefore, it is necessary to gnaw through the defense.
  20. Uncle Borya Offline Uncle Borya
    Uncle Borya (Uncle Borya) 11 March 2023 14: 04
    I am surprised at the frivolity of the author, churning out one such forecast after another.
    Try to predict the reaction of our bosom "Western partners" to the blockade by Russian troops, say, of Kharkov.
    Do you think they will not use such a gorgeous chance to accuse us of their own sin for the blockade of Leningrad?
    Can you imagine what a reputational risk this is for our powers that be? They are already afraid of everything and are pursuing a soplezhuy policy, which is sold to us from all televisions in the country as competent and far-sighted.
    Still, the author, one cannot be so frivolous in such serious issues for the discussion of which you undertake.
    1. Uncle Borya Offline Uncle Borya
      Uncle Borya (Uncle Borya) 11 March 2023 14: 29
      Author's response in private:

      what are you carrying? someone proposes to starve people? Have you heard of humanitarian corridors?

      I can object to this as follows: how do you imagine the humanitarian corridors in the surrounded city, in your opinion, the military will not eat the humanitarian aid for civilians that comes to the city?
      In my opinion, the author, you obviously did not take up your own, "writing" such "forecast analytics".
  21. Avarron Offline Avarron
    Avarron (Sergei) 11 March 2023 14: 09
    Marzhetsky will never let go. This time, letters for the sake of letters. He wrote a bunch, but what did he want to say?
    He calls for a blockade of Kharkov and Sumy, and he also called me a Nazi. Have you thought about civilians, strategist? Nyahay eat each other, rats and cats as during the blockade of Leningrad, so, chtoli?
    I understand that the opinion of the world community does not care, I, in fact, do not care. But how can you look your domestic blockade survivors in the eye after such proposals?
    There is no alternative to destroying the top. Either a war with all the people, dooming ordinary citizens to starvation and epidemics, or targeted work on decision makers, on coordinators. This should deprive the APU of control and interaction, which will lead to a quick cessation of resistance.
    What you propose is the mass destruction of the civilian population, torture by starvation.
    After that, every Ukrainian will consider every Russian an enemy, even our esteemed Mister Z.
    1. Uncle Borya Offline Uncle Borya
      Uncle Borya (Uncle Borya) 11 March 2023 14: 38
      I answered him above about the blockade. So in the "PM" immediately followed by an arrogant comment, which I also posted.
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  22. hromenkonickolai (Nikolay Khromenko) 11 March 2023 22: 55
    Little Russia sounds tempting. But what about the Constitution of the Russian Federation? Indeed, in order to create the MF, it will be necessary to return the lands of the Russian Federation included in its composition as a result of referendums.
  23. In passing Offline In passing
    In passing (Galina Rožkova) 12 March 2023 01: 58
    Blockade - it also depends on the garrison. Might not be strong enough. But why is this for the population? Withdrawing one and a half million along the gum corridors, well, well, much less, since they will have time to escape, it’s still a lot, how and where? Therefore, I think that they are waiting for this "herd" to mature until the recognition of the inevitable - that the sacrifices are in vain. But Russia is taking away their dream - Europe. Takes away a ghostly freebie - subsidies from the EU. In fact, the Europeans have already said that Ukraine will not be taken anywhere, but help is coming, the whole world is in action. They don't understand that they are just being used. So it is rather necessary to raise the question that refugees are forever (and thank God!), For those who do not accept Russia. The same for the Westerners, they become a topic for negotiations with Poland, Hungary, Romania. Or go under the "protectorate", conditionally, Russia. But before that, you still need to live and finish the war. Country 404 must necessarily pass through the occupation administration, with the possibility of leaving all "unwilling", which also becomes a topic for negotiations. And that Ukrainians are not really wanted anywhere, it will be a good cold shower. But then again, before that you have to live and finish the war. Then, five years later, the occupation administration, better called temporary, will be replaced by an elective one, of course, according to Russian laws. And there already as you like, referendums, or something. But the main thing is that before all this, we must finish the war, so that we finally want peace and tranquility. Therefore, the Kremlin is pulling. To squeeze, and to get it. And even manage to continue the business, because the pendulum will still swing back, and our "partners" will also come to their senses, but it will be a different world.
  24. Yuri Bryanskiy Offline Yuri Bryanskiy
    Yuri Bryanskiy (Yuri Bryansky) 12 March 2023 06: 24
    That's right, Sergei. It has long been necessary to implement the tactics of flank coverage. But someone decided in the frontal? We must learn from Prigozhin, you can take the city only by surrounding it.
  25. Allbe Diplomat Offline Allbe Diplomat
    Allbe Diplomat (All be Diplomat) 12 March 2023 11: 56
    If we bomb the bridges across the Dnieper - not only Kharkov and Sumy, we will liberate the entire left-bank Ukraine in a month. In general, no assaults are required. It's amazing that this hasn't been done yet.
  26. Sasha Koblov Offline Sasha Koblov
    Sasha Koblov (Sasha Koblov) 14 March 2023 18: 39
    You can: 1. Cut off the city from the west.
    2. Change into civilian clothes.
    3. Arrest the leadership of the city along with the generals.
  27. Ilya 22 Offline Ilya 22
    Ilya 22 (Ilya) 15 March 2023 09: 02
    Here in Artemovsk, they seem to be blocked from all sides, but they do not leave. So you can wait for years. These cities will withdraw without a fight only after the fall of the Zelensky regime and the paralysis of their state administration. And it is not clear what kind of volunteer army of Little Russia the author is talking about. There can be only one army in a country with a single command and charter. All PMCs can act only to resolve any issues abroad. It's just that now there are not enough fighters, so they use everything that is available. I am sure after the end of the SVO everything will be brought back to normal, as it should be in the state. The army and any armed formations must be subordinated and controlled by the authorities formed on the basis of the will of citizens, i.e. by the results of legitimate elections. And the presence of volunteer armies, PMCs subordinate to it is not clear to whom these are tools for military coups. Now Putin suits everyone, but he will leave and the conditional Prigozhen will not like his successor and he will lead his armed fighters to power in Moscow. change. So let's not even talk about any volunteer armies. And the experience of people, of course, must be used. But so that they can join the active army with its accepted orders and regulations. And who can not, let him look for himself in a peaceful life. Front-line soldiers as the same returned to peaceful civilian life after the Second World War. There were no psychologists back then. How did they manage it.