[Patrick Lancaster] Avdiivka Cauldron Frontline & Ukraine “Counter Offensive” Special Report


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Patrick Lancaster: I have gone to the Avdiivka (Ukrainian) or Avdeevka (Russian) Cauldron Frontline between Donetsk and Avdeevka, with Russian forces, to show you the real situation on the frontline. I spent a full night at the military positions of the International Brigade “Pyatnashka”. There was almost constant battle involving automatic gunfire, tank fire, artillery and incendiary shells.

There is no doubt that in the last weeks Fighting has intensified in the Russia Ukraine Warzone but is it really the much talked about Ukraine “Counter Offensive” ? Lets think about some facts.

Just today, One Ukrainian official said that Kiev / Kyiv has been hit by an ‘exceptionally dense’ missile and drone attack. It has also been reported that this last week’s attacks on Kiev have been the largest yet in the war. During a strike on a Ukrainian ammunition depot in Khmelnytskyi Ukraine, a large batch of British tank ammunition with depleted uranium, which was recently given to Ukraine along with Storm Shadow missiles, is reported to have been destroyed. As a result of the huge explosion, particles of depleted uranium could be dispersed on the territory of the Khmelnytsky region, which, taking into account the experience of Yugoslavia and Iraq, this could lead to an outbreak of cancer in the medium term. Just days ago 4 Russian military aircraft were shot down by Ukrainian forces over Bryansk Russia, and as a Result the Belarusian President Lukashenka has put the Belarus army on high alert. Does this mean Belarus is close to joining the war against Ukraine? We will see. Both Russia, Wanger group and Ukraine have all been claiming gains near and in Bakhmut.

Does this all mean the Ukrainian “Counter Offensive” has started? What will the next weeks bring nobody knows.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/@PatrickLancasterNewsToday

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