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‘Clearly in a lot of trouble’ Putin braces for defeat as US intel exposes Russian losses

Vladimir Putin faces a humiliating defeat in Kherson, as Ukraine tries to win again the southern metropolis. Shedding Kherson could be a devastating blow to President Putin because it was the primary metropolis to fall to Russia in the beginning of the conflict. Talking on GB Information, Professor Anthony Glees stated that the Russian chief was “clearly in quite a lot of hassle”.

He stated: “We and the People assess that 75,000 Russian troopers have both been killed or been wounded. That is a hell of quite a bit!

“And 80 % of lively Russian forces at the moment are bogged now within the east of Ukraine.

“Putin had hoped to win this conflict in a matter of days, and what has truly occurred is that it’s grinding, not in direction of a stalemate however a defeat.

“Evidently if the battle of Kherson leads to Ukraine’s favour, Russia could have suffered a big defeat.”

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He then cited the top of MI6 Richard Moore who final week claimed that Russia was “operating out of steam” in its battle with Ukraine.

Professor Glees stated: “The top of MI6 has kind in predicting what’s going to occur.

“He stated Russia was going to invade Ukraine when many doubted that.

“We have to pay attention very fastidiously to what he’s saying – and the Russians must take heed to what he’s saying, and I hope they may do.”

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