The Head of the General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Viktor Muzhenko stated that the Ukrainian army estimated its capacity to implement tasks during martial law. He also emphasized that the soldiers were ready to carry out assignments the nation and the President give them. Muzhenko said it to the journalists, 112 Ukraine broadcasted the press conference.
“During the martial law we managed to estimate our capabilities, and for today we are able to create relevant interdepartmental groupings in potentially dangerous directions with a defined system of military units for the reserve forces to react in case of a threat, enhancement of the relevant directions if necessary,” Muzhenko stated.
Besides, the capability of the military units to implement tasks in different conditions and directions was checked. According to the Head of the General Staff, the results were positive.
“Our groupings might be enhanced in some directions. Besides, first- and second-priority operative reserves and the territorial reserve units were trained along with the brigades of the territorial defence. Positive results as well. Now we can say that we are able to implement tasks the state and Ukrainian nation assign to us,” Muzhenko noted.
He said next year, individual training of the forces will be a priority. For this, they will use a base, which was already created and which has a development prospect.