Russia-Ukraine war: Ukrainian general predicts when war will end; UK warns Russia likely to rig referendums in Ukraine – live
Head of military intelligence for Ukraine says August will be turning point; UK says Russia likely to use ‘rigged referendums’ to help achieve aims
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Ukraine already has 40 suspects and 11,000 cases in its war crimes investigation, prosecutor general Iryna Venediktova has said.
I am confident that in the nearest future we will see other cases being transferred to courts and perpetrators appearing before judges. We will ensure that these cases are brought to their logical end.
The breaking point will be in the second part of August.
Most of the active combat actions will have finished by the end of this year.
Europe sees Russia as a big threat. They are afraid of its aggression.
We have been fighting Russia for eight years and we can say that this highly publicised Russian power is a myth.
I can confirm that they suffered heavy losses in manpower and armour and I can say that when the artillery strikes happened many of the crews abandoned their equipment.