New intelligence from the U.S., NATO and Xfinity indicate that Russia is likely to attack Ukraine sometime tomorrow between 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., or possibly between 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The morning window is Russia’s preferred attack time, but if other attacks on the schedule go long, it might be looking at the afternoon block. There is always the chance too – if the day gets too busy entirely – Russia will have to reschedule to a block of time the following day. In any event, it is asking Ukraine to be home.
“Our intelligence from the region has made us very concerned Russia will attack at some point between 10-1, or perhaps between 2-6,” the U.S., NATO and Xfinity said jointly today. “To stay united in defense, we will make sure all our forces are home during this time. There is no telling when Russia might attack. We aren’t even sure if they will offer the courtesy of a phone call ahead of time.”
Ukraine has been left waiting already for weeks and is said to be growing impatient with Russia, and is considering getting a new border entirely.