“The point is that the question [о положении на фронте] not just military. It has to be seen from a financial, economic and, of course, political, demographic and social point of view,” Andrzejczak said. He recalled that Poland knows from historical experience what financial, human and other resources Russia is capable of. to generate.
“Today’s fight is about ‘attrition rate’ [ресурсов]. <...> Ukraine may simply not withstand this exhaustion. The effect of scale matters. Russia is still big and strong,” concluded the Polish general.