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[NEWS] Washington does not expect a major offensive in Ukraine during the winter


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The United States estimated on Sunday that the current pace of fighting in Ukraine, which has slowed sharply, will continue in the coming months. According to the director of American intelligence, both the Ukrainians and the Russians would keep their forces to launch new offensives in the spring. Follow the latest developments live.

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OPEC+ must decide their next oil production target, with an impact on the global energy crisis.

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“We are already seeing some slowdown in the conflict and we expect that to continue in the coming months,” April Haines explained at the annual Reagan National Defense forum.

According to her, both the Ukrainians and the Russians should seek to prepare for a new counter-offensive after the winter, by renewing their equipment and restocking.

"We are quite skeptical about how ready the Russians will be. I am more optimistic for the Ukrainians."


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