Zelinsky expels the supreme military commander • The Ukrainian army chief visits Pashmut

Zelinsky expels the supreme military commander • The Ukrainian army chief visits Pashmut

Ukrainian army chief visits Pashmut for moral support

The commander of the Ukrainian Ground Forces Oleksandr Sersky visited Bashmoyt to boost morale among the soldiers. He talked, among other things, with the units of the Ukrainian army defending the city and the surrounding villages.

Syrskyi has hero status in Ukraine since the war. He is credited with orchestrating the defeat of the Russian forces as they advanced into Kiev at the beginning of the war and into the Kharkiv region in September.

In Telegram groups, Bashmoyet’s soldiers are praising the 57-year-old army chief’s visit. One of the letters read: “Sersky listened to the commanders of the units, dealt with urgent problems, helped solve them and supported the army.”

In recent months, there has been a fierce battle for Bashmoyet. Many residents fled. The Russian army is trying to take over the city. Military experts told Reuters they expect Ukrainian forces to devote “maximum effort” to defending Pashmut in the coming days.

The leader of the Russian Wagner Group claimed at the end of last week that the mercenary army had captured the village of Yahydin, north of Bashmut, but the Ukrainian army leadership denies this.

“American tanks are of little use, sent to impress Germany”

The White House gave the green light to send M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine in order to persuade Germany to send Leopard tanks. US President Biden’s National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, said in an interview with a TV channel ABC.

Sullivan says Biden was initially reluctant to send the 31 Abrams tanks because the Pentagon told him they would not be useful on the battlefield in Ukraine. Leopard tanks can make a difference, but Germany has confirmed that it will not send tanks without an American commitment. So, according to Sullivan, Biden agreed to hand over the tank in the interests of “coalition unity” and “to make sure Ukraine gets what it wants.”

By the way, there is a possibility that American tanks will not be in Ukraine until next year. A senior US military official said earlier this week that there are still ongoing investigations into how the Abrams tanks were delivered and that this includes Longer timelines He goes.

M1 Abrams tank

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