Putin’s “Z” plan for 36-hour Blitzkrieg: 7,000 Russians to be sacrificed for occupation of Ukraine & unification of Russian-speaking territories

Russian President Vladimir Putin is ready to sacrifice 7,000 to a maximum of 10,000 dead Russian soldiers in order to achieve his strategic goals in Ukraine.

The Russian Army has redeployed its forces to start a lightning-like war that we will not see in modern military history against a country the size of Ukraine.

The Russian military staff has set a maximum of 36 hours of operations and losses that in no case should exceed 10,000 soldiers.

WarNews247 presents all the latest details that have been identified in the last 48 hours.

Group “G”

All the ammunition that has been transported and is located even 10 km from the Ukrainian border is divided into Group “Z”, Group “O” and Group “D”. 

As you can see in the videos we quote, tanks, artillery, armor have distinctive white markings, either the letter “G” or a circle or a triangle.

The first Russian team will strike in Kiev from Kursk and the Gomel region of Belarus, the second in Kharkov from Belgorod and the third in Odessa and Mariupol from the Crimea. At the same time, the Russian-speakers of Donetsk and Luhansk will launch a counterattack.

In addition, the special forces Spetsnaz, the Paratroopers and the amphibious Fleet are being prepared.

The Russians have even transported ambulances to the border. There is a video below that shows the transport of ambulances only while mobile clinics have been set up in several places on the Russian-Ukrainian border.

Satellite images show that 200 helicopters have been relocated. It is a formidable force of attack and transport helicopters.

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Helicopter power is divided into 3 groups

In Belarus alone, 32 Su-25 close support aircraft have been relocated, along with 50 Mi-8, Mi-24 and other helicopters.

60 helicopters are located at the base Donuzlav in Crimea and dozens more near the Ukrainian border with the most characteristic being the one in Milenovo 16 km from Ukraine.

The base has a mix of Ka-52 and Mi-24 / 35N attack helicopters.

It is also reported that Russia has mobilized 120 Tactical Battle Battalions and is approaching the absolute number. It has already exceeded 200,000 soldiers.

SNAR-10M1 and Iskander radar with Arctic camo

Videos you will see show Iskander-M ballistic missiles and Arctic Command vehicles.

T-90, T-80U, T-73 tanks with special armor are literally hidden in forests along with SNAR-10M1 self-propelled radar that detects enemy tanks at a distance of 40 km.

TOS-1A thermobaric rocket launchers are still carried today

It is also noteworthy that the 9K22 Tunguska SPAAG Artillery Unit that accompanied the military convoy was loaded with all 8 missiles that can carry something unusual for peacetime.

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Source: warnews247.gr

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