October 4, 2023

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War in Ukraine: “Battle of Bagmouth didn’t end badly”

After months of bloody fighting left the city in ruins, the Battle of Baghmoud in Ukraine is coming to an end, but the war is far from over.

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This is what former military intelligence officer Simon Leduc said in an interview with TVA Nouvelles.

“Wagner Group withdraws [et] “On the flip side, the conflict has decreased in intensity, so we can say that the Bagmouth war did not end badly,” he said.

After recruiting tens of thousands of prisoners sent to scouts, causing many casualties, Russia’s strategy changed.

“You had the initial attack in the beginning, and then there were a lot of complications, and throughout the winter several assault groups did attacks, so the Marine Corps paratroopers, the Wagner group, etc.,” says the expert on military tactics.

“Of the 50,000 prisoners, 10,000 were wounded and 10,000 died,” he continues. They were sent forward and the sightings they received made it possible to detect the Ukrainian forces.

The Russians have also recently targeted Ukrainian munitions, reducing their ability to launch strikes.

“At some point, they won’t have any ammunition to advance, which is why there are deep strikes on both sides. I think the Russians hit harder than the Ukrainians at that level.

Ukrainian attacks are effectively thwarted by Russian electronic systems.

“[Les Russes] By pushing the GPS signals, instead of the cannon or missile falling at its precise location, by sending a false GPS signal, it creates a distortion in the system and the projectile falls further and doesn’t hit its target,” he said. Explaining.

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However, the expert argues that NATO systems used by Ukraine are more effective in areas where Russian electronic systems are less used.

Watch the full explanation in the video above.