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WorldRussiaOngoing battle is not going too well for Moscow, warns US Army General Milley

The top army general of the United States on Sunday has released a warning to Kyiv and the West to remain alert over how Russia might react to the recent setbacks on the battlefield in Ukraine.

During this, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Army General Mark Milley, said that, “The ongoing battle is not going too well for Russia right now. So it is imperative upon all of us to maintain high states of readiness, alert.”

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Miley has alerted that the war was in a new phase in which forces of Ukraine had seized the strategic initiative, recapturing large swaths of territory in the northeastern and southern region of Ukraine in recent days.

Meanwhile, he added that, “Because of that, we have to very closely watch what Russia’s reactions to that will be.”

After visiting a Polish military base, Milley was speaking to reporters in Warsaw.

Moreover, the United States and NATO allies are aiding Ukraine from a distance in its counteroffensive against Russia’s aggression.

While the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has brushed off the recent rout of his forces of Kyiv’s military, he alerted on Friday that Moscow would respond more forcefully if its army were put under further pressure.

 

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