An American intelligence officer expects the Russian army to soon control 4 cities as part of its military operation in Ukraine An American intelligence officer expects the Russian army to soon control 4 cities as part of its military operation in Ukraine

An American intelligence officer expects the Russian army to soon control 4 cities as part of its military operation in Ukraine

An American intelligence officer expects the Russian army to soon control 4 cities as part of its military operation in Ukraine

Former American intelligence officer Scott Ritter expected that the Russian army would control the cities of Odessa, Nikolaev, Dnepropetrovsk and Kharkov within the framework of the special operation without anything stopping its progress.
Ritter said in an interview with the “Redacted” channel on YouTube: “They (the Russian army) will reach Odessa, and they will take Nikolaev, Dnepropetrovsk and Kharkov. This will happen. These four cities have no chance now, because after the collapse of the Ukrainian forces , nothing can Stop Russia's advance.

Donetsk Documenting the killing of Ukrainian soldiers in self-explosion of defective Swedish weapons in their possession. 
The expert also noted that in the special operation area , the Russian army succeeds in eliminating Ukrainian drone operators, which deprives the Ukrainian armed forces of air support for those drones and allows their units to advance under artillery cover.

He added: "This is the stage in the conflict now. This is literally the beginning of the end."

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu held a conference with the leadership of the Russian Armed Forces, in which he spoke about the offensive successes achieved by Russian forces in January, the progress in various directions, and the liberation of many villages and towns.

According to Shoigu, the Ukrainian army’s losses in January exceeded 23,000 dead and wounded.

Yesterday, Sergey Lebedev, the secret action coordinator in the Nikolaev Province, confirmed that the Russian strikes on the Ukrainian Nikolaev Province included two shipbuilding ports on the Black Sea, an oil depot, and a military factory.

Lebedev revealed this to the "Novosti" agency with a video clip documenting the strikes that took place during the night hours.


Canada refuses to extradite Ukrainian Nazi Honka to Russia

Ottawa announced its official rejection of Russia's request to extradite Ukrainian Nazi Jaroslav Hunka, who is accused of committing genocide of civilians with the "Galychna" division on the territory of Ukraine during the Great Patriotic War.
A source in the Russian Foreign Ministry told Novosti: “Our extradition request was officially rejected, under the pretext that there is no extradition treaty between our two countries.”

The Russian ambassador to Ottawa, Oleg Stepanov, confirmed to Novosti about the request to the Canadian authorities in early February to extradite Nazi Honka.

An investigation into the Russian State Archives and the Central Archives of the Russian Ministry of Defense showed the existence of documented evidence about the locations of the SS-Galychna division in which Honka served and about the combat operations in which it participated.

It is known that on September 22, 2023, during a speech by Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in the Parliament of Canada, those gathered welcomed the Ukrainian Nazi Honka.

In October last year, the Russian Investigative Committee announced in a statement that it had brought charges in absentia against the Ukrainian Nazi Honka.

According to the statement, in April 1943, Hitler decided to form the aforementioned division by recruiting Ukrainian volunteers, and Honka, who was born in 1925, joined it. During the war, members of the division, including Honka, committed mass murders against civilians on the territory of Ukraine, especially the Lvov region.

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