In Russia, due to failures in the war in Ukraine, the confrontation within the generals escalated.
According to Ukrinform, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense reports this in Telegram.
According to intelligence officials, there are no signs of the Kremlin’s intentions to end the war in Ukraine in the near future. At the same time, attempts to carry out the so-called “hidden mobilization” continue. An active propaganda campaign is being carried out and graduates and cadets of military schools are sent to the combat zone.
In a similar way, the composition of the landing units, which suffered significant losses at the front, is replenished. In particular, from the graduation of the Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School, scheduled for June 25th. Margelov, most of the graduates are scheduled to immediately be sent to operational areas on the territory of Ukraine.
It is also known that in the war against Ukraine, Russia has already attracted almost 45% of the number of vehicles of logistics teams (2600 out of 6000). The remaining part is sought to be saved for logistical support in case of other emergencies. At present, the enemy is trying to replenish the fleet of automotive vehicles with cars stolen in Ukraine.
According to the GUR, the stalling of the “special military operation” has become a catalyst for intensifying the hidden confrontation within the Russian generals, including the general staff.
Differences and covert competition between groups in the General Staff existed long before the start of the war, but recent failures and attempts by other centers of power in the Russian establishment to lay full responsibility for the failures on the military led to a sharp aggravation of the confrontation, according to intelligence.
As Ukrinform reported, according to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense, due to Russia’s military failures in Ukraine, the heads of the Kremlin TV channels, Internet media and the pro-Putin army of bots are being instructed to switch to a new information policy – talk about the Russian-Ukrainian war as an armed confrontation between the Russian Federation and all countries of the European Union and NATO.