Nearly a year ago, Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. The southeast and eastern regions of the country are where most assaults occur. However, there are rumours that the Russians want to establish a second front in Western Ukraine.
According to international sources, Russia is preparing a fresh assault for the upcoming weeks. The western part of Ukraine is the anticipated region. Given the recent deployment of Russian S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft systems and Iskander short-range ballistic missiles, it is feasible to say that invasion forces launched an effort from Belarusian soil. Since the beginning of the conflict, NATO planes have continuously flown ISR missions in support of defensive forces. However, an RC-135W Rivet Joint Reconnaissance Aircraft was sighted over Poland today close to the Belarusian border. A supporting component for potential future operation suspects may be observed in flight.
Mostly, Ukraine receives military assistance and backing from its western border. Despite knowing it needs to cut off this supply channel, Russia has yet to do so. Attacks using missiles and the air are occasionally carried out by invasion troops. However, so far, there hasn’t been much success.