Summary of 13.10 Оперативная обстановка. Ленд-лиз есть, какова цена. Олег Жданов

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In this video, Oleg Zhdanov provides updates on the current situation in Ukraine. He discusses the ongoing shelling of Ukrainian positions along the contact line, with critical infrastructure and civilian areas being targeted. He also mentions the use of Iranian drones and the challenges Ukraine faces in countering them. Zhdanov highlights the importance of having an ideology in war and provides updates on the progress of Ukrainian forces in different directions. He also discusses recent military incidents and developments in military assistance to Ukraine. Additionally, he discusses the recent rocket attack, energy crisis, and international support for Ukraine. Finally, Zhdanov discusses the Asian summit and the corrupt connections Russian officials have with politicians worldwide. He also emphasizes the importance of adhering to regulations regarding strikes on civilian targets and discusses the Lend-Lease program and the availability of certain tools for self-defense.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the speaker provides an update on the current situation in Ukraine. He mentions that the energy situation in the country has stabilized, with no power outages reported. However, he highlights that the enemy continues to shell positions of Ukrainian troops along the contact line, using drones and rockets to target critical infrastructure and civilian areas. Over the past day, more than 40 settlements have been affected, including Nikolaev and Vinnitsa, where residential buildings have been damaged. The speaker also notes that the use of Iranian drones, known as "kamikaze drones," has become more frequent, and although Ukraine has developed effective ways to counter them, the attacks continue. Overall, the situation remains stable in some areas but continues to pose a threat in others.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker provides updates on the situation in Belarus, stating that there haven't been any new developments in the past day. They mention that the enemy has been shelling Ukrainian positions in various directions, causing damage to multiple towns and cities. The speaker also discusses the ongoing offensive in the Kherson region, where Russian occupation forces are targeting infrastructure and civilian areas. However, they note that the Ukrainian forces are making progress and advancing towards Kherson. The speaker mentions that there are requests for evacuation from the region, as the situation remains tense. Overall, the situation in the Kherson region is seen as positive, with Ukrainian forces gaining ground.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the speaker discusses recent events in the conflict zone, highlighting the appearance of mobilized individuals in Donetsk, Kherson, and Kharkiv. He mentions the record-breaking speed at which some individuals were killed or captured after receiving their draft notice. Specifically, on the Kharkiv front, it took just 4 days for one person to be killed after receiving their notice, while on the Kherson front, a group of over 60 individuals surrendered and made arrangements with Ukrainian forces through a chat bot. The speaker also mentions that many of these individuals were found to be sick upon surrendering, with mainly inflammatory illnesses and infections. Additionally, there have been fierce battles on the Donetsk front, but some Russian-controlled units have received orders to temporarily cease their offensive actions due to the low morale and lack of combat readiness among the newly mobilized individuals. The speaker also cites reports of desertion and non-compliance with orders among the mobilized troops. A particularly concerning situation involves private military company soldiers allegedly killing over 40 of their fellow mobilized soldiers and injuring several others, as some sought to surrender or flee their positions.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the importance of having an ideology in war and how the absence of one would lead to defeat. They provide updates on the ongoing fighting in different directions, mentioning intense battles, unsuccessful attacks by enemy forces, and successful strikes by Ukrainian forces. They highlight the destruction of three S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems and the significant loss of enemy personnel. The speaker also mentions the damage inflicted on the enemy's repair base and the continuous dismantling of the Russian army. They emphasize the Ukrainian forces' success in combating enemy drones and the downing of four enemy helicopters. Despite the gains made, the speaker acknowledges the losses suffered by the Ukrainian armed forces, including the recent loss of two aircraft. Overall, the situation is described as a gradual advance but with ongoing casualties on both sides.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, it is mentioned that there have been several military incidents in Ukraine recently. One pilot successfully ejected from a damaged plane while another lost his life. Additionally, a pilot in the Vinnitsa region successfully shot down five drones but lost control of his aircraft and had to eject. On a positive note, there have been developments regarding the provision of military assistance to Ukraine. It has been decided to create a deep and layered air defense system, and countries like Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Denmark are providing artillery, anti-aircraft systems, and missile systems. This marks a breakthrough in terms of support for Ukraine's armed forces.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker discusses recent events regarding the conflict in Ukraine. They mention that on October 10th and 11th, there was a massive rocket attack that resulted in 20 deaths and over 100 injuries. They also highlight the impact of the energy crisis in Ukraine and express gratitude that Western countries have started to increase their aid. The speaker also mentions that the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has recognized the Russian regime as a terrorist regime and calls for the provision of weapons to Ukraine for victory. Additionally, they discuss the resolution passed by the Parliamentary Assembly and the General Assembly condemning Russia's actions in annexing territories. They note that 143 countries voted in favor of the resolution, with only four countries (Belarus, North Korea, Russia, and Syria) voting against it.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the summit on cooperation and trust in Asia, which is being attended by leaders from various countries including Russia and Turkey. The president of Turkey, Erdogan, is expected to meet with Putin and discuss issues related to the Russo-Ukrainian war. The speaker expresses uncertainty about the outcome of these talks, but notes that Erdogan has positioned himself as a peacemaker and has previously tried to facilitate negotiations between Putin and the Ukrainian president. However, the speaker also suggests that Erdogan's actions may not be independent and could be coordinated with the office of the president. Finally, the speaker mentions that Russia is increasingly being isolated by other countries, making it unlikely for Russia to receive support from Iran and China.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the corrupt connections that Russian officials have built with politicians from the West, Europe, Asia, and Africa. These connections allow Russia to manipulate these politicians and push certain ideas or narratives that are beneficial to Russia. However, despite the perception that Russia is isolated from the international community, the speaker argues that it is actually closing itself off by creating a figurative iron curtain. The speaker also explains the purpose of minefields, which are used to slow down and delay advancing enemy forces, and shares a video of Russian troops laying mines on a road during their retreat from Ukraine. The speaker suggests that these minefields are used strategically to halt the enemy's progress and force them to take more time to remove or bypass the mines, allowing the retreating forces to gain distance and potentially escape.
  • 00:40:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the regulations regarding strikes on civilian targets in military manuals and doctrines. He mentions that there is no radical prohibition against such actions and that military personnel may struggle to distinguish between a legitimate strike and an unlawful one. He also mentions that in the Soviet Union, there were plans to create zones of complete destruction in cities during peacetime, using explosive devices placed in shafts. However, international documents and conventions clearly state that residential areas and civilian populations cannot be legitimate targets for destruction. The speaker expresses concern that these conventions are not taught in military academies and hopes that there will be greater awareness and adherence to them in the future. Additionally, he mentions the development of a smartphone application that can detect and track drones, which may be released for multiple platforms in the near future.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, Oleg Zhdanov discusses the Lend-Lease program and its importance in the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia. He explains how the program allows for the purchase of weapons and technology from other countries to aid Ukraine's defense against Russian aggression. He also highlights the importance of gathering and sharing accurate information about Russian military movements in order to effectively defend against them. The application "EPO" is mentioned as a tool for gathering and sharing information, and Zhdanov encourages viewers to download and use it.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the possibility of kamikaze attacks in Ukraine and the availability of certain tools for self-defense. They mention that corruption allows for the purchase of items like tourniquets on the black market. The speaker also addresses the question of whether a regular rubber strap found in a car emergency kit can be considered a tourniquet. They emphasize the importance of citizens being prepared to use non-professional skills to help others in emergency situations. The speaker then transitions to discussing the limitations of certain military weapons and the lack of information regarding the destruction of Ukrainian installations. They explain that the range of these installations keeps them out of reach of Russian artillery, making it unlikely that they would specifically target them. The speaker also mentions the low effectiveness and rate of fire of certain Russian artillery, making them unsuitable for hunting down high-tech installations like the Ukrainian hi-mars.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the use of different artillery weapons in Ukraine. They mention that the M46 gun, a long-range gun with a non-standard caliber of 130mm, is effective due to its range and accuracy. They also mention the D44, an 85mm anti-tank gun, and the KS-19, a 100mm anti-aircraft gun that can be used as a regular field artillery. The speaker also briefly mentions the topic of Lend-Lease, explaining that the procedure for receiving assistance from the United States is different from Ukraine's government needing approval from Congress, as the US President can make decisions on aid allocation without such approvals.

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In this summary, the speaker discusses various topics related to Ukraine's relationship with the United States and other countries. The section begins with a discussion of lend-lease assistance from the US to Ukraine, where it is explained that grants are generally preferential and Ukraine has received approximately $60 billion in grant aid, with around $54 billion in the form of credits that need to be repaid. The speaker also highlights the fact that the US benefits from this arrangement and how it is difficult for the lend-lease agreement to be revoked. The section then moves on to external debt in Ukraine, with the speaker suggesting questions about lend-lease should be directed to the Ukrainian government or the president's office. The section also discusses missile launches, Fougasse bombs, and why it is difficult to shoot down cruise missiles using air defense systems. The speaker then expresses their gratitude for support from viewers around the world and addresses concerns about the future of Ukraine after achieving victory and joining the EU. The section concludes with various messages of support from different countries and the speaker emphasizing their belief in the Ukrainian armed forces and the hope for victory.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the concept of "lend-lease" assistance from the United States to Ukraine. They explain that while the US provides both grant aid and credit assistance, grants are generally preferential as they do not need to be repaid. They mention that Ukraine has received approximately $60 billion in grant aid, but a portion of that amount, around $54 billion, is in the form of credits that Ukraine will eventually have to repay. The speaker argues that the US benefits from this arrangement by investing in its military-industrial complex, boosting its economy, and creating jobs. They also highlight the fact that Ukraine decides how it wants to pay for its orders, whether through grants or other means. The speaker adds that the lend-lease agreement cannot easily be revoked by a new US government, as it is a law passed by Congress with bipartisan support.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the topic of lend-lease and external debt. They mention that Ukraine has a debt that is increasing and that lend-lease is a type of credit that is written off. The speaker suggests that questions about lend-lease should be directed to the Ukrainian government or the president's office. They also talk about missile launches and explain that Russia's missile carriers cannot launch missiles into Ukraine from the Mediterranean Sea due to the need to pass through NATO member countries' airspace. The speaker then explains the concept of fougasse bombs and how they are not currently being used in Ukraine due to the country's air defense system.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, the speaker explains why it is difficult to shoot down cruise missiles using air defense systems. Unlike ballistic missiles, cruise missiles fly at low altitudes and can maneuver, making them harder to track and intercept. The speaker mentions that portable anti-aircraft missile systems (MANPADS) and tactical-level air defense systems can engage cruise missiles within their range, but it requires precise coordination and timing to intercept them. Additionally, the speaker highlights the importance of operators who can quickly react to detect and engage cruise missiles. The speaker also mentions that fighter jets can engage and shoot down cruise missiles using their onboard radar systems. However, due to the maneuverability and evasive tactics used by the cruise missiles, shooting them down is technically challenging. The speaker concludes by emphasizing that it is difficult for air defense systems to intercept cruise missiles, especially those with advanced capabilities for maneuvering and target acquisition.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, the YouTuber expresses gratitude for the support and solidarity they receive from viewers in different countries. They acknowledge the difficult situation in Ukraine and the pain felt by the Ukrainian people. They mention their belief in Ukraine's victory and their assistance to the Ukrainian armed forces. However, they also express concern about the high cost of this victory and the bloodshed it entails. The YouTuber mentions receiving information and watching news updates from various sources, expressing their hope for a peaceful resolution and hoping that the price of victory can be minimized. They end by thanking viewers in different countries for their support and expressing their continued belief in Ukraine's resilience.
  • 01:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the future of Ukraine after achieving victory and joining the EU. The speaker envisions a Ukraine that is economically developed and potentially surpasses Germany as one of the most developed countries in the world. However, the speaker emphasizes that corruption remains a significant obstacle that needs to be overcome. If Ukraine fails to address internal corruption, it will remain a third-world country and may face further challenges from countries like Russia. The speaker also addresses concerns about Iran's transfer of drones to Russia, suggesting actions such as shutting down or bombing drone production facilities in different countries and imposing sanctions on those involved.
  • 01:25:00 In this section, the transcript includes various messages of support for Ukraine from different people around the world, such as Lithuania, Ireland, the United States, and Croatia. They express their solidarity and offer assistance to the Ukrainian armed forces. The speaker also discusses the ongoing conflict in Zaporizhzhia and speculates about the decision-making process regarding the deployment of a new military complex. Additionally, there is a mention of the speaker's personal stance against Putin and the Russian system. The section concludes with the speaker expressing gratitude to the viewers, sponsors, and supporters, emphasizing their belief in the Ukrainian armed forces and the hope for victory.

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