Ukraine war is not a stalemate, says Zelensky

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Jonathan Eyal, associate director of the Royal United Services Institute think-tank, said Mr Zelensky now had two choices. “They believe they could use the time of the winter to reorganise themselves and try again next year,” he told The Telegraph. “The only other alternative is to accept they are going to end up with less territory than they had in February last year. This is equivalent to saying that although Putin failed in his major objective of occupying all of Ukraine, he has succeeded in taking another bite.”