WSJ Analysis of Turkey: Hand over S-400 to Ukraine to get F-35

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During the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, an interesting swap proposal came from Paul Corbe, a former CIA director and Russian and Eurasian expert. In an article in The Wall Street Journal, one of the most prominent U.S. newspapers, Kolbe suggested that Ankara should transfer the S-400 air defense system to Ukraine and Washington should return Ankara to the F-35. .. consortium.

  • Kolbe cites the rationale for his proposal as a strong resistance to Ukraine’s dominant Russian Air Force. Russian fighters violently attacked the Ukrainian city of Mariupol in the final attack, destroying 90 percent of the city.

Turkish missiles celebrating 2023: S-400 not needed

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Turkish missiles celebrating 2023: S-400 not needed

Turkey’s knowledge and skills in the field of air defense are adorned with H0054SAR, the first domestic and domestic system in the field. Another important feature has been added to the project offered last year. The Turks in Defense program included the latest developments in air defense systems celebrating 2023 on this week’s agenda.


“What about the third game?”

In a WSJ analysis article entitled “Turkey’s Russian missiles can protect Ukraine” by former CIA Secretary and Russian and Eurasian expert Paul Kolbe as a way to resolve the Washington-Ankara conflict, Ukrainian Ankara On the contrary, Washington should return Ankara to the F-35 consortium. Kolbe argued that justice was thus provided.

Kolbe wrote:How about a triple game? Let the US help Turkey send the S-400 to Ukraine against Russian fighters. Instead, the F-35 should begin shipping by offering a new alternative to the Turks. It will also help improve US-Turkey relations.‘He evaluated.

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Kolbe continued his analysis as follows. “Ukraine’s desperate struggle to repel Russia’s aggression depends on how well it can withstand Russian air force control. Ukraine offers some air defense capabilities, but no Russian air force. There is no way to eliminate it on time. If Russia controls the Ukrainian air force, ground forces will be very vulnerable.

Kyiv's air defense system stopped two attacks

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Kyiv’s air defense system stopped two attacks

“Ukraine needs air defense”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for increased aircraft and air defense from the west. Russia has launched air strikes at military airfields and training grounds in western Ukraine, and Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov warns that weapons transport from the west is a “legitimate target” and is longer than Ukraine. It shows the need for high altitude air defense.

Who is Paul Corbe?

Paul Kolbe, now the Intelligence Project Director at Belfer Center, has been working for the CIA for a long time. His overseas assignments included the Soviet Union, the Balkans, Southeast Asia, South Africa and Central Europe.

Russian soldier phone revealed: The method they used to get home is horrifying

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The Ukrainian-Russian War, which continues to be of interest to the entire world, continues on the 23rd day.

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The claim that it fell like a bomb has been on the agenda from the Ukrainian front.

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I got a call

According to the British Daily Mail news, Ukrainian security services answered the phone of a Russian soldier.

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They are shooting themselves with their feet

On the phone in question, a Russian soldier tells his mother that he shot them with a Ukrainian bullet to return to their country.

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Find Ukrainian bullets

Soldiers want to find a 7.62mm bullet from the Ukrainian army instead of the 5.62mm bullet from the Russian AK-74 used by his army.

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The Security Service of Ukraine emphasized that the two troops used different bullets, so Russian soldiers were trying to seize Ukrainian ammunition.

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Most soldiers do this

According to the conversation in question, the soldier added to his mother, “Many Russian soldiers have already done this.”

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Fleeing soldiers have heavy sanctions

The Russian army imposes very heavy penalties on soldiers who escape head-on or become unfit for work.

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For this reason, soldiers are said to have shot their feet with 7.62 bullets to convince the commander that they were injured in the Ukrainian attack.

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At least 7,000 Russian soldiers died

The US Department of Defense estimates that at least 7,000 Russian soldiers have died and 14,000 to 21,000 soldiers have been injured so far.

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Russian soldier phone revealed: The method they used to get home is horrifying

The Security Service of Ukraine claimed that they had access to a Russian soldier’s phone with his mother. Intelligence agencies explained the method used by Russian soldiers to return to their country. This claim shocked the whole world.


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