Dmytro Dikusar, who defends Ukraine on the front lines, gave a prognosis regarding the end of the war: we are currently stuck
Ukrainian Armed Forces soldier Dmytro Dikusar, known previously as a dancer and choreographer, predicted when the war in Ukraine might come to an end. In his view, this won't occur shortly.
He shared these insights during an interview with UNIAN Lite. The military man believes that everything hinges on the quantity of weaponry on both sides, which will influence the progress or retreat.
"Right now, we're essentially at an impasse; we can't advance because the occupiers have already fortified their positions significantly, and they've laid mines everywhere'" he explains. However, the choreographer adds that it's not only external enemies but also internal ones that hinder progress.
Dmytro Dikusar clarifies that some of them are known, while others remain hidden. 'They keep a low profile and don't reveal themselves, but they exist,' the soldier adds.
Previously, OBOZ.UA reported on why choreographer Dmytro Dikusar, who joined the Armed Forces after the outbreak of full-scale war, deliberately converses in Russian with locals in eastern Ukraine. The soldier also discussed the language issue. You can learn more in our article.