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“. . . another go at Kyiv”

December 23, 2022 – Russian President Vladimir Putin is all set to attack Kyiv once again | Russia vs Ukraine war update – Valery Zaluzhny, head of the Ukrainian armed forces, believes Putin is currently building a new 200,000-man army somewhere deep within Russia. It will be used to mount another attack on Kyiv possibly in January, Zaluzhny said. With 300 tanks, 600 armored vehicles, and 500 howitzers Zaluzhny believes he can not only stop the assault but push Russia back to pre-invasion lines.

“The Russians are preparing some 200,000 fresh troops. I have no doubt they will have another go at Kyiv.”
— Valerii Fedorovych Zaluzhnyi,  Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Valerii Fedorovych Zaluzhnyi (Вале́рій Фе́дорович Залу́жний), born July 8, 1973, is a Ukrainian four-star general who has served as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine since July 27, 2021.

He is also concurrently a member of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.

Zaluzhnyi was the Commander of the North Operational Command (2019–2021), Chief of the Joint Operational Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine — First Deputy Commander of the Joint Forces (2018), Chief of Staff – First Deputy Commander of the West Operational Command (2017), Commander of the 51st Guards Mechanized Brigade (2009–2012).

Zaluzhnyi was named by Time as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2022. He has received praise for his skill at “adapting to a fast-changing battlefield” through effective delegation and information gathering during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces, General Valerii Zaluzhnyi has issued a clear warning about a fresh Russian offensive.

He said that a new Russian offensive could take place in a timeframe between January and March.

He added that the recent attacks on Kyiv’s power infrastructure are a part of Russia’s delaying action to regroup.

The top general speculates that Russia could launch its next offensive from Donbas, from the south or neighboring Belarus.

He also said that the Russians are keeping Ukrainian troops busy in a bid to constrain them.