Russian volunteer fighters left behind as Vladimir Putin nears total ‘failure’ in Ukraine

Russian volunteer fighters left behind as Vladimir Putin nears total ‘failure’ in Ukraine
Russian volunteer fighters left behind as Vladimir Putin nears total ‘failure’ in Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was a colossal failure that only strengthened the country’s adversaries, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, professional leader of Britain’s armed forces, said in an interview with the BBC on Sunday. .

“Putin is failing on all of his strategic military goals. He wanted to subjugate the Ukraine. It won’t happen… He wanted to break the international determination. Well, actually it got stronger over that time,” he said.

Radakin further said that the pressure on the Russian president is intensifying. “His problems are piling up,” he said. “He doesn’t have enough staff. His forces are thin on the ground.

The statements come in a brutal month for the Russian military, after Ukrainian forces recaptured more than 3,000 square miles of land in the northeast of the country.

Low morale continues to plague Russian troops, and Ukraine says several Russian units have “tried to negotiate with the Ukrainians on surrender and transfer under the auspices of international law”.

Ukraine’s intelligence services further claimed on Sunday that some Russian military hospitals refused to treat so-called “volunteers” who fought on behalf of Russia because they lacked a regular armed forces classification. Other volunteer fighters were “left behind…without any support or help”, as Russian forces retreated from occupied territories, according to Ukrainian intelligence.

The war continues to take a heavy toll. As The Guardian reported on Sunday, Kharkiv region governor Oleh Syniehubov said four doctors were killed by Russian shelling while evacuating a psychiatric hospital; two patients were also reportedly injured.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office said on Friday it was continuing to collect evidence of alleged war crimes committed by Russian forces, including “torture chambers where civilians from occupied towns and villages were mistreated.”

The administration noted that authorities continue to exhume bodies at a “mass burial site” near Izium, where more than 400 graves have already been discovered.

The Kremlin and Russian state media continued to support the war effort, though cracks began to show, as even loyal propagandists began to publicly vent their frustrations.

A number of Putin’s allies, meanwhile, have recently died in bizarre circumstances, including an editor who died suddenly of “suffocation” and another who allegedly fell from a boat.

. The fighters volunteers Russian abandoned so Vladimir Putin approach dun failure total Ukraine

. Russian volunteer fighters left Vladimir Putin nears total failure Ukraine

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