The New York Times revealed that officials in the Russian army in Ukraine are making some mistakes that make them an easy prey for intelligence, while the Ukrainians say they have killed prominent Russian soldiers.
And the newspaper quoted senior military officials in the United States, that American intelligence information allowed the Ukrainians to kill a number of Russian generals.
Among the mistakes made by Russian military officials is that some generals do not hesitate to use unprotected devices that are vulnerable to eavesdropping.
A former commander of the US Army in Europe says that this behavior reflects “lack of discipline”, arrogance, and lack of experience, then added that it is not difficult to spot a party when he is speaking through ordinary devices.
Experts believe that Russia’s assessment of Ukraine’s capabilities was inaccurate, after it thought that controlling Kyiv would be an easy task, but the military operations were met with “fierce resistance”, which prompted Moscow to shift towards a plan that focuses only on eastern and southern Ukraine, rather than seeking to control Ukraine. entire country.