Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): While the comprehensive arms, intelligence and financial support of Washington and its allies continues to Kiev, an American military official has made a claim about the deployment of tens of thousands of new Russian soldiers on the front lines of the war.
In a situation where the recent secret trip of William Burns, the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to Ukraine, and the field advice of Washington and its allies about the war with Russia are still making headlines, Washington has made a new claim about the formation of Moscow's military.
A senior US military official, who did not want to be named, told CNN that Russia has sent tens of thousands of new soldiers to the front lines of the war with Ukraine.
According to this official, over the past few months, Russia has sent tens of thousands of new troops to strengthen the front lines in Ukraine.
The anonymous American military official has claimed that sending these soldiers to the front lines of the war with Ukraine has made little difference and they "were rushed to the battlefield with little equipment and little training."
According to this American military official, Russia has sent these forces as replacements or reinforcements for existing units instead of sending newly organized and cohesive units to the front lines.
He added that after the October order to mobilize 300,000 new soldiers to the Russian army, tens of thousands of new troops have been sent to the front lines.
Mark Milley, the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, claimed on Friday last week that the number of Russian soldiers killed and wounded in the war in Ukraine has "now reached more than 100,000".
CNN's new claim, quoting a senior US military official, was made in a situation where the head of the CIA recently made a secret trip to Kiev and met with the president of Ukraine.
It was mentioned earlier in the news; A senior American official reported that Washington has advised Ukraine to withdraw its military forces from Bakhmut.
On the other hand, news sources reported that the Pentagon has advised Ukraine to refrain from any large-scale attacks on Russian forces until the new weapons arrive.