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‘Putin is in TROUBLE!’ Russia war is ‘not going well’ – horror from INSIDE Ukraine exposed

Mr Sweeney shared his ideas on life within the Ukrainian capital presently underneath siege from Russia, after being briefly detained and launched by the Ukrainian military. He mentioned that it’s really Putin and never Zelenskyy who needs to be frightened as he has didn’t win the assist of the Russian individuals.

He posted a video on Twitter on Friday afternoon stating “Putin is in bother”.

He mentioned it had been a “powerful outdated day for Ukraine”.

Mr Sweeney and a pal had gone to the river Dnieper, which flows via Kyiv, to research studies of some combating.

He mentioned that they had seen many Ukrainians hiding in underground stations from the Russian military.

As he approached the river and began filming he was stopped by the Ukrainian military and arrested on suspicion of being a Russian spy.

After being detained at Ukrainian Intelligence HQ he was launched, commenting that they had been “nicer than Putin” and so they even gave him a cup of tea.

He added within the video: “Vladimir Putin’s driving these individuals mad.

“Nonetheless, I feel the one that is in bother is just not President Zelenskyy of Ukraine, it’s not even John Sweeney who spent an hour or two in Ukrainian Intelligence Service Headquarters.

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The Russian president’s forces try to grab the capital however are dealing with fierce resistance from Ukrainian fighters.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has vowed to not again down and is staying put in Kyiv regardless of the danger to his life.

He has urged his individuals to take up arms towards the Russians and defend town nonetheless they will.


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