The President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, believes that Ukraine will have only one attempt at a counteroffensive, since it will be difficult for the allies to maintain the current level of aid for a long time.
That’s what he’s about said in an interview with Rzeczpospolita.
“The window of opportunity is open this year. After next winter, it will be extremely difficult to maintain the current level of assistance.”said the president of the Czech Republic.
In his opinion, many countries that currently support Ukraine may be tired of the war.
“Many countries, many politicians expect some progress this year. I believe that there will be only one attempt to launch a major counteroffensive in Ukraine. Therefore, if they decide to launch a big counteroffensive and it fails, it will be extremely difficult to get funds for the next one.”– explained Pavel.
Earlier, during the Munich Security Conference, the newly elected president of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, said that Europe does not need a victory over Russia, which could cause political chaos in this great state.
Recently, the spokesman of the Eastern Group of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Serhiy Cherevaty said when the spring counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine will begin with the aim of liberating Ukrainian lands from Russian invaders. For this, fighters must have “all the necessary components.”
The US is focused on helping Ukraine prepare for the spring counteroffensive of the Armed Forces, which may begin as early as May. There are two scenarios for this counterattack.
Ukraine, restraining the defense in Bakhmut, continues to prepare for a counteroffensive. It can begin in two months, said Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Office of the President.