Informe de situación - día 250
October 31, 2022 -
Con su impopular "movilización parcial" ya completada y el inicio del próximo ciclo de reclutameinto el 1 de noviembre, Moscú parece
estar preparándose para una ofensiva de primavera.
New recruits will require at least six months training before they are ready to go the front line, meaning there are likely to be two waves of troops into Ukraine: the first in the next few weeks and the second in spring.
Russia’s decision to leave the UN-brokered arrangement allowing grain exports from Black Sea ports, has sent wheat futures soaring and is likely to trigger a global food crisis. Moscow announced the suspension in response to an attack by a swarm of air and seaborne drones on its Sevastopol naval base which appear to have damaged, and possibly disabled, its flagship the Admiral Makarov as well as two other ships.