Mud could complicate possible Russian plans for an invasion of Ukraine, US officials say

A mild winter and muddy ground could complicate possible Russian plans to launch an invasion of Ukraine, potentially delaying plans for military action, senior Biden administration officials told The New York Times.Ukraine tends to experience a hard winter freeze by January at the latest, but this year, the ground has yet to freeze in various parts of the country due to mild winter weather.Frozen ground, which is neither ice nor mud, allows troops, as well as heavy military vehicles and…


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