The department notes that lack of rotation lowers soldiers’ morale, and unprepared units cannot attack.
The lack of rotation of conscripts in the Russian army lowered their morale, and unprepared units could not advance. About that reports UK Ministry of Defense (MoD) on Twitter.
The British department recalled that September 21 marked the anniversary of the announcement by the head of the ruling regime of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, about “partial mobilization.” During this time, about 300 thousand Russian reserves were called to serve in Ukraine.
The head of the Russian State Duma Committee on Defense, former General Andrei Kartapolov, confirmed on September 15 that mobilized personnel will be required to serve for the duration of the so-called “special military operation.”
According to him, rotation of personnel outside the operational zone during service is impossible.
According to British intelligence, the lack of regular rotation of units was one of the most important factors contributing to Russia’s low morale and the inability of the Russian army to provide a higher level of training after the invasion .
“The lack of such training is likely to exacerbate Russia’s difficulties in conducting successful complex offensive operations,” concluded the British Ministry of Defense.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian invaders are not abandoning their plans to enter the borders of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions and are stubbornly hoping for revenge.
The Russians are preparing a new wave of attacks in the Lugansk region – OVA
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