⏩ Russian President Vladimir Putin has admitted that Ukraine turned out to be stronger than he thought.
⏩ Vladimir Putin said that this war is probably going to be more difficult than thought.
⏩ Putin said that the war is happening in his territory. We are a big country and we have patience.
Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin has admitted that Ukraine turned out to be stronger than it was supposed to be. According to news from The New York Times, Vladimir Putin said that ‘this war is probably going to be more difficult than we thought. But the war is taking place in their area, not in our area. We are a big country and we have patience. On the other hand, in some other reports, it was said that since the withdrawal of the Russian army from some areas in Ukraine, Putin has insisted on reorganizing the army.
Vladimir Putin held lengthy meetings with Russia’s top military officials in the Kremlin to discuss strategy for the Ukraine war. The Kremlin said on Saturday that President Vladimir Putin held extensive meetings with top military officials responsible for Russia’s war campaign in Ukraine. While Russia has increased the bombing of Ukraine. A statement issued from the Kremlin said that on Friday, President Vladimir Putin spent the whole day with military personnel involved in a special military operation in Ukraine. Putin held meetings with Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov and held separate discussions with commanders of various defense branches.
On the other hand, Russia has continued to bombard many cities in Ukraine with missiles. Because of this many cities have been plunged into darkness. The supply of water and heating was cut off in those cities and people are forced to bear the bitter cold in sub-zero temperatures. Russia has targeted Ukraine’s military-related facilities as well as its electricity supply with its largest-scale airstrikes since October after suffering a series of defeats in several areas. France and the European Union have said a series of airstrikes aimed at cutting off Ukrainian citizens from electricity and gas supplies in the freezing cold is a war crime. The foreign policy chief of the European Union has termed these airstrikes as ‘barbaric’.