Kiev’s US-Assisted Missile Strike On Makeyevka Reinforces Concerns About Russian Planning

Voice of East

Kiev’s US-Assisted Missile Strike On Makeyevka Reinforces Concerns About Russian Planning

By Andrew Korybko

It’s inexplicable why someone didn’t realize how risky it was to assemble so many troops in one place so close to the front lines and in close proximity to incendiary ammunition while allowing them to get their guard down celebrating New Year’s. The US is providing real-time geospatial intelligence to its Ukrainian proxies to hone the effectiveness of their anti-Russian strikes, something that the Kremlin was already aware of long ago, yet a thus-far unknown military official on the ground didn’t take this strategic fact seriously.


The Russian Defence Ministry confirmed that Kiev carried out a major attack against its forces right after midnight on New Year’s Day. US-supplied HIMARS missiles struck a temporary housing area used by the Russian Armed Forces and ended up killing 63 servicemen. This reinforces those general concerns about Russian planning 

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