The Russians may launch a new offensive in the Luhansk region after February 15. Until then, they will prepare mobilized reserves.
This was stated by the head of the Luhansk RMA, Serhiy Gaidai.
According to him, the Russians are withdrawing more and more reserves, in particular, equipment and ammunition, building defense lines in the Luhansk region.
At the same time, Gaidai noted that the Russian Federation is finishing the training of the mobilized. However, according to him, two more weeks are needed to move the new occupiers to the front, form units and distribute them.
He believes that the Russians may start a new offensive in the Luhansk region after February 15.
"That is, after February 15, you can expect (an attack, - ed.) at any time," Gaidai said.
It will be recalled that the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense reported that Putin ordered his troops to completely capture Donetsk and Luhansk regions by March.
In addition, the Financial Times, citing analysts and the military, says that Russia may launch a new offensive within the next 10 days.