Vasyl Maliuk paints a grim picture of the future of the Crimean Bridge and issues unequivocal threats to Russia.
He believes that the collapse of the bridge would strike a decisive blow against the lifeline of Vladimir Putin's invasion army, potentially sealing the outcome of the war in Ukraine.
The bridge has thus become the main target of Ukrainian wrath, as reported by the Münchner Merkur. According to a report by Focus, Maliuk, who serves as the head of the Ukrainian domestic intelligence service SBU, stated in a television documentary that Russia's unhindered access to the peninsula would become a hopeless situation.
He warns of impending new attacks by Ukraine. According to him, the bridge is ultimately doomed and would represent a significant setback for Moscow's imperialist demeanor in front of the world public.
Western observers see clear advantages for the Ukrainian defense forces in the battles around Crimea. Marcus Keupp, a military economist, comments critically on the devastating impact of the attacks on Crimea for Russia, as reported by the Münchner Merkur.
As a scientist at the Military Academy of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, who deals with trade and logistics in war, Keupp emphasizes in his analysis that the Russians currently have little to counter the attacks of Ukraine. This is mainly due to logistical bottlenecks that they are hardly able to cope with.