Donbas: the fable of the fox and the grapes

In Aesop’s fable, when the fox could not reach the grapes, she gave up saying that they were not ripe. The same thing happens in the Donbas. When they have lost Soledar and are about to leave Bajmut, they say they are not important. So why did they fortify them? Why have they tried to retake Soledar in the last few days?

They are preparing the mood for withdrawal with phrases like “Bakhmut will not change the course of the war”. The Ukrainian army could quietly leave the locality.

What’s more, they make a virtue out of necessity: they must leave Bakhmut because they are preparing a counter-offensive on another section of the front.

They present Bakhmut, an important communications junction, as a position of minor strategic importance and, at the same time, advise the Ukrainians to reserve forces for a counter-attack in another direction of the front.

The commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian army has openly admitted it: all attempts to counter-attack on Soledar have failed. If the Russians take Bakhmut now, Konstantinovka, Druzhkovka, Kramatorsk, Slavyansk and other cities will fall behind, which means the collapse of the Ukrainian army in the Donbas.

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