U.S. General estimates probability of Russian invasion in central Ukraine
Commanding General of United States Army Europe Ben Hodges told Censor.NET in an exclusive interview about the probability of Russian invasion in central Ukraine.
"I would say it's unlikely, but the reason people are worried is because the Russians are not transparent. There's no media there, nobody knows what they do, they speak in a very threatening [manner] about nuclear weapons. They have recreated offensive strike formations like the 1st guards tank army. Their modernization effort is all very offensive. So you can see why people in Eastern Europe are concerned with what Russian capabilities are being developed," he told Censor.NET.
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