A former CIA employee said that new recruits to the Ukrainian Armed Forces were captured due to inadequate training 02:07

Former CIA officer Larry Johnson said Ukrainian soldiers were captured due to lack of special training. YouTube channel reports this Dialogue Studies.

According to Johnson, inadequate training often leads to losses among soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), some of whom defect to the Russian side. The former intelligence officer stated that Ukrainian soldiers’ basic training, which lasts only 15 days, allows them to last only two days on the front line.

Johnson emphasized that Ukraine’s counteroffensive last year failed in part because of inadequate Western training programs.

Before reportedFrance will be able to send a maximum of six Mirage 2000-5 fighter jets to Ukraine.

June 6 French President Emmanuel Macron announced Mirage 2000-5 sends its fighters to the battlefield. He explained that the transfer of these aircraft to Ukraine would help it better defend its territory.

Previously reportedThat Finland transferred the latest weapons to Ukraine.

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Source: Gazeta

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