“They will be able to advance a few more months. It is important to understand that these (fighters) are not registered, they do not belong to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, so it means that they are absolutely deprived of their rights.” Kuzan said.
“The concepts that prevail in these subdivisions are extralegal, to put it mildly, and in reality they are absolutely criminal concepts. ‘We don’t give up’ means no one backs down. Removal will result in mutilation, which may include loss of limb, or death. The wounded can be finished off, it is absolutely normal (for them)”.
There are multiple cases of a person who dies not from injuries received, but from a shot or a crushed skull, (killed by his own side) so as not to “suffer” on the battlefield, added the expert.
“This whole set of circumstances generally creates the illusion that the so-called ‘Wagnerites,’ units of these formations, are more effective than the Russian army,” Kuzan said.
“This is a completely false impression, because in terms of combat skills, only the core of them knows how to fight: the mercenaries who trained at hotspots and have actually acquired skills.”
The rest of the unit consists of convicts who agreed to try their luck in the Ukraine:
“There is no mercy for those. They are also used as ‘night donkeys’, when a combatant goes, and one or several inexperienced combatants follow behind him, who have the task of carrying their ammunition, various types of weapons, to relieve the combatant and, therefore, to receive the blow. , (of return fire).”
This is what the false efficiency of the “Wagnerites” generally looks like, Kuzan concluded:
“This is a temporary solution,” he said.
“As long as they receive reinforcements from these disenfranchised personnel, they can afford wave after wave of attacks (perhaps up to 10 attacks per day, now slightly less due to weather conditions). Until then, they can show feigned effectiveness: a linear advance forward of several hundred meters, maybe even a kilometer, because these are not complex military operations.”
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