Zelensky, you are in trouble - the rebellion has begun...

It is now common knowledge that the Ukrainian army is running out of artillery ammunition and anti-aircraft missiles, and that the aid will not arrive soon, because it is blocked in the Congress, because European politicians are too slow in solving this problem.
The Russians know this and attack with all their might, while the Ukrainians have to act wiser and save ammunition. The attacks are massive, and official Moscow does not care about the number of victims on its side.
According to the British Ministry of Defense, the Russian army loses at least 1,000 men a day. Unfortunately, Index reports, the problems of the Ukrainian army are not only logistical. The new commander-in-chief, General Oleksandr Syrskyi, did not take office very happily.
The replacement of former commander-in-chief Valery Zaluzhny itself did not go smoothly. All the more so since President Volodymyr Zelensky never fully explained why he dismissed him.
Before his new duty, General Syrskyi was the commander of the army, so he cannot say that he is not familiar with the situation at the front. Apart from the fact that he is of Russian origin, General Syrskyi is not popular among Ukrainians because he was the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian counter-offensive, which, apart from heavy losses, achieved nothing.
Despite this, Zelensky promoted him. General Syrskyi took up his new duties just at the moment of the fall of Avdiivka. And again, as a former army commander, he couldn't say that he wasn't complicit in the guilt of that.
Following the example of Commander-in-Chief Zelensky, who always blames others for everything, and he is never to blame, General Syrskyi also found the culprits in the commanders of the units that defended Avdiivka, so he announced on...

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