What a Russian Blizkrieg Against Ukraine Might Look Like

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Prepare for war: That is the message Joe Biden is thought to have delivered to Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky when the two spoke this week, after the US rejected Russia‘s security demands in eastern Europe.

US intelligence believes the invasion will likely come in February, when colder temperature will have frozen the ground solid – allowing Putin’s tanks and artillery to roll in without getting bogged down in mud.

If they’re right, that gives Zelensky and his generals just a few weeks to prepare their defences. No doubt the question being asked in Kiev right now is: Where will Putin attack, and what are his aims?

Pulling together expert analysis and open source information, MailOnline examines the Russian strongman’s likely options and targets, from cyberattacks and sabotage, to seizing ports and nuclear plants, up to a siege of Kiev and all-out Blitzkrieg across the country.

Read more at The Daily Mail 

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