When the Russian forces declared the fire with Ukraine, they forcefully displaced millions of Ukrainians, killed hundreds-of-thousands civilians, and left Ukraine under massive destruction while occupying all its key cities and frontiers.
Nearly five months after the war erupted, what’s left with Ukraine aside from financial aid from its allies is just one hope: to end the conflict “before winter sets in.”
But what’s fascinating with this armed struggle is that hunches are already happening and experts are sharing their takes on what’s to come for the Russian Navy. Despite annexing Ukraine, the Russian Navy has failed to maintain its dominance in the war with Ukraine and exclusion in uniting the West, according to BBC.
Even though Russia’s naval forces have played an “important role” in the war, their conduct, however, during the power struggle seems to have been, at best, uneven, according to the 1945 assessment.