Putin and the Russian retreat from Kherson that could cost him his life. “Since that day he has lived in fear”

The withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukrainian territories is giving the president of the Federation, Vladimir, a bad time Putin. So much so that from the entourage of Ukrainian President Zelensky they believe that the tsar now lives in fear. Earlier this month, the Russia announced his retirement from the region of Khersonmarking one of Putin’s most embarrassing defeats and a potential turning point in the war which has reached its ninth month. The loss of Kherson, the only regional capital conquered by Russia during the conflict, has dealt a serious blow to the military strategy of Fly that he wanted to establish a land corridor to the Crimea and guarantee a water supply to the peninsula controlled by Russia. And that’s why anyone who knows the Russians knows that Putin is now afraid “Why there is no forgiveness for tsars who lose wars»he declared to times Oleksiy Arestovich, Advisor to the Ukrainian President’s Chief of Staff. «Now he is fighting for his life. If he loses the war, at least as the Russians think, it will be the end of him». First of all his political end, but there are those who speculate that he will even risk his life.

The humiliating defeat at Kherson

Ukraine’s victory over Kherson came after a series of humiliating retreats of Kremlin forces in the Kharkiv and Donbass regions. «This has forced even people who are very loyal to Putin to doubt that they can win this war», Arestovich said again. According to which the liberation of Kherson has triggered new Russian attacks on the country’s infrastructure and plans for a new offensive from Belarus, a strong ally of Moscow north of Ukraine. Putin’s troops advanced on Kiev from Belarus during the early stages of the war, but were forced to retreat after stiff resistance. Ukrainian authorities have begun evacuating civilians from recently liberated sections of Kherson and Mykolaiv regions, fearing that lack of heating, electricity and water due to Russian shelling could make living conditions impossible and too difficult for winter. in fact theWorld Health Organization has stated that millions of people in Ukraine they will face “life-threatening” conditions in the coming months, with residents of the southern regions being urged to relocate to safer areas in the central and western parts of the country. Arestovich reiterated Ukraine’s goal of retaking all land that is also in Russian hands, including Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula that was annexed by the Kremlin in 2014.

The reaction

Meanwhile, Putin continued to flex his muscles this week, touting the military power to be found in the western Arctic. During a flag-raising ceremony, two nuclear-powered icebreakers were shown which will ensure year-round navigation in the Northern Territories. «Both icebreakers – explained the same Putin – were set up as part of a major project and are part of our large-scale work to re-equip and replenish the national fleet of icebreakers, to strengthen Russia’s status as a great Arctic power. The Arctic is assuming greater strategic importance due to the climate crisis, while a shrinking ice cap opens up new sea lanes. Vast oil and gas resources are found in Russia’s Arctic regions, including a liquefied natural gas plant on the Yamal Peninsula.

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Putin smiled as the nuclear icebreaker Yakutia it was launched while the Russian national anthem was being played. The national flag has been hoisted and it has been announced that it will start operating in December. The Russian president has also expressed his intention to meet the mothers of reservists called to fight in Ukraine. The war has killed and wounded tens of thousands of soldiers on both sides, according to the United States, and the Russian invasion has triggered the biggest confrontation between Moscow and the West since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. the soldiers’ mothers, first reported by the Vedomosti newspaper, was confirmed by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. Russia celebrates Mother’s Day on November 27. “The president often holds such meetings, not all of them are public,” Peskov explained.

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Putin and the Russian retreat from Kherson that could cost him his life. “Since that day he has lived in fear”


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