Russia Moving Toward Odesa. Belarus President Shows Moldova Could be Next Target

Matthew 24:6 “And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, for this must take place, but the end is not yet.”

Important Takeaways:

  • Russian Fleet Approach Has Ukraine’s Port City Odesa Bracing
  • With a naval fleet reported near the Ukrainian city of Odesa and the city of Kherson taken, it’s increasingly clear that Russia’s invasion is gaining pace in the country’s open and hard-to-defend coastal plains, even as its advance is slowed in the north
  • Other troops from Crimea moved west to Kherson and Mykolaiv, the last significant town before the historic port city of Odesa and potentially — if the arrows on a campaign map shown in video footage behind Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko are to be believed – the neighboring ex-Soviet republic of Moldova. The map suggests a force landing east of Odesa and driving directly north, before head west through Transnistria.
  • Russian defense specialist for Chatham House Mathieu Boulegue said here were signs — including Russian attacks on communications infrastructure in Kyiv, and the spread of false declarations of capitulation online — that Russia will bring its full cyber warfare capabilities and air power to bear in the coming days.
  • That could rupture communications between Ukraine’s commanders and defenses across the eastern half of a nation roughly the size of France, as well as their ability to move food and new weapons supplies from Europe and the U.S. to the places they’re needed

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