Wall Street Journal : Ukraine is facing a difficult stage Wall Street Journal : Ukraine is facing a difficult stage

Wall Street Journal : Ukraine is facing a difficult stage

Wall Street Journal : Ukraine is facing a difficult stage

The Wall Street Journal suggested that the next phase of the conflict will be difficult for Ukraine, as Russia has doubled the production of weapons and ammunition, and put its economy on the path to long-term confrontation.

She added: "The next stage of the battles appears to be more dangerous for Ukraine, Ukrainian officials acknowledge that the long-term war will be won by Russia, which has shifted its industries to the military channel."

She added that Moscow organized the production of strike drones, missiles and tanks and has large weapons reserves, while Kiev, which relies heavily on the supplies of Western allies, suffers from a shortage of ammunition, weapons and personnel in light of the heavy losses it has incurred.

In a recent interview with The Economist magazine, Ukrainian forces commander Valery Zaloghny said that the Ukrainian army has reached a dead end and “most likely will not achieve a deep and beautiful breakthrough.”

He also admitted that he failed to demonstrate the impressive pace of troop advance that the West expected of him according to NATO textbooks.

The White House refuses to evaluate Israel's compliance with the rules of war

The US President's National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, refused to answer the question of whether Israel is complying with the rules of war or not.
Sullivan said in an interview with CNN in response to the question: “I am not here to play judge or jury.”

Earlier, the White House denied that the Israeli army had committed war crimes in Gaza, in response to UN conclusions in this regard.

Commenting on statements made by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, that Israel committed war crimes, US State Department Deputy Spokesman Vedant Patel said, “The White House investigated the allegations and did not find any truth.”

Patel added in a press statement on Thursday: “There is a strict process that we are undertaking, and this is not a conclusion we have reached yet,” noting that “the administration is constantly studying the issue with our Israeli partners.”

Earlier, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, in Geneva, called for  those responsible for the destruction of the Arab National Hospital  (Baptist) in Gaza to be brought to justice.

The Pentagon announces the death of 5 American soldiers in a plane crash in the eastern Mediterranean

The US Military Command in Europe announced that 5 American soldiers were killed in a military plane crash while refueling in the air in the eastern Mediterranean.
The command said in a statement, "During routine refueling in the air as part of combat training, an American military plane with five military personnel on board experienced a technical malfunction and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea. All five people on board were killed."

The US military command did not specify the type of plane that crashed.

Yesterday evening, Saturday, the Pentagon announced that a US Air Force plane crashed in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea while carrying out a training flight on November 10.

It is worth noting that the United States had previously sent several warships to the Middle East , including the aircraft carriers Gerald Ford and Dwight Eisenhower, against the backdrop of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.

This step comes at a time when Washington is trying to support its ally Israel in carrying out the ground attack on the Gaza Strip, amid great tension in the Middle East.
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