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Putin red-faced as Ukraine ‘will retake’ ALL Russian territories

The previous CIA director David Petraeus predicts Vladimir Putin’s forces will endure a “horrible, painful” retreat from all of the Ukrainian territories they’ve conquered since February 24. After regaining management of the northeastern Kharkiv area, Mr Petraeus is assured Ukraine may make inroads not solely into Russian-controlled land captured after the invasion but additionally the Crimea and Donbas areas.

Talking of how the battle may develop, Mr Petraeus mentioned: “There will probably be extra robust combating, extra casualties, extra punishing Russian strikes on civilian infrastructure – however Ukraine will over time, I feel, retake the territory that Russia has seized since February 24.

“And it is even conceivable now that they might retake Crimea and the Donbas. 

“And, by the way in which, with what is going on on the frontline, there’s insurgence exercise now selecting up within the Russian-rear areas carried out by Ukrainians there as effectively.”

Nonetheless, the previous CIA director insisted: “That is going to take time. There will probably be robust combating – all of that.

“However this can be a disastrous state of affairs for Russia now.”

When requested if the momentum has essentially shifted to Ukraine’s benefit, Mr Petraeus mentioned: “It has essentially shifted. 

“And you already know, I am usually guarded and cautious about this.

“However the tide clearly has turned as a result of the success of this offensive, as essential as it’s itself on the bottom, what actually is essential is that it displays a massively essential growth, a brand new actuality that Ukraine has been incomparably higher than Russia in recruiting, coaching, equipping, organising and using extra forces.”

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“Whereas Russia has been struggling to do exactly that, actually operating out of troopers, ammunition, tanks, combating autos and so forth, the Ukraine supported beautifully by the US and NATO. 

“Whereas Russia, even when it declared mobilisation immediately, couldn’t reverse this basic actuality. 

“So, the implications are stark”, Mr Petraeus added, as Russian is on the again footing in Ukraine.

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