Several senior Russian commanders are joining the fighting in Ukraine after their predecessors died in battle, according to the United Kingdom.
After more than two months of fighting and thousands of Russian soldiers killed, including an estimated 12 generals, Russian military leadership is poised to become more intimately involved in the war in Ukraine. The U.K. Ministry of Defense said on Sunday that “difficulties in command and control” are drawing senior officials to the front lines of the war effort.
“Russian commanders rarely delegate operational authority to their subordinates,” the ministry said, “who in turn do not gain vital leadership experience.”
Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine – 08 May 2022
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Without that “vital leadership experience,” Russian forces have failed to make much headway in their “special operation” to conquer Ukraine. (Read more from “Russia’s Senior Commanders Are Headed to the Front Lines in Ukraine: UK” HERE)
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