Russia unlikely to make 'major territorial gains' in 2023, says US intelligence – video

The US director of national intelligence, Avril Haines, told a Senate intelligence committee that Russian forces in Ukraine were ‘facing considerable constraints, including personnel and ammunition shortages, dysfunction within the military’s leadership, exhaustion, as well as morale challenges’. Haines said that without a move towards greater mobilisation and securing substantial third-party sources of ammunition, the Russian military may shift in the coming months to holding and defending the territory it currently occupies

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