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General Hodges named the site of the decisive battle between Ukraine and Russia

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In the next few months, Ukraine will set the conditions for the possible liberation of Crimea.

The next big battleground that will decide the outcome of the war in Ukraine could be Crimea. This is what the former commander of the US Army in Europe, retired Lieutenant General Ben Hodges, said in an interview with Insider.

He noted that Ukraine will never be safe and its economy will never recover as long as Russia maintains control over Crimea.

“The decisive territory for this war is Crimea. The Ukrainian government knows that it cannot accept Russia keeping control of Crimea,” Hodges said.

According to him, in the next few months, Ukraine will set the conditions for the possible liberation of the peninsula.

At the same time, Hodges noted that the Ukrainian army needs to receive tanks and long-range high-precision strike weapons from allies in order to expel Russian troops from Crimea.

Earlier, the media reported that the occupiers started digging around the Belbek airfield in Crimea.

US ready to help Ukraine fight for Crimea – NYT

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