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Vladimir Putin planning mass suicidal assaults on Ukrainians: Report

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India Today World Desk

A report has claimed that Vladimir Putin is planning mass suicidal assaults on Ukrainians as his offensive is caught in a rut.

New Delhi,UPDATED: Mar 3, 2023 14:53 IST

Russian President Vladimir Putin participates within the opening ceremony of the Year of Teachers and Mentors through a video hyperlink on the Kremlin in Moscow. (Photo: AFP)

By India Today World Desk: Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has more and more offered the Ukraine conflict as a make-or-break second in Russian historical past, is planning mass suicide assaults on Ukrainians for an additional three months, a report stated.

The Mirror, citing a confidential evaluation of Russia’s invasion, claimed that Putin’s offensive is caught in a rut created by stunning navy weak spot, failure, incompetence, dying and damage. However, he’ll proceed sending a whole lot of troopers over the frontline for minimal navy beneficial properties however at a large price in Russian lives.

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The report comes a 12 months into Russia’s full scale invasion. It claimed that Putin faces three eventualities, one being that Russia’s actions may threaten extra of the nation’s neighbours with assaults. The second is that Ukraine reaches a breakthrough with the assistance of arms deliveries from the West and the third could possibly be that Russia’s invasion may collapse following a “creeping Russian military stagnation and domestic loss of faith in Putin’s war.”

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Russia’s floor forces’ tactic stays the near-suicidal mass infantry assault with inadequately educated troops beneath cowl of heavy artillery, the report added.

More than 7,000 civilians have been killed, eight million folks have fled their houses and lots of Ukrainian cities have turned to mud a 12 months into Putin’s invasion.

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The conflict, perceived then to recover from in a matter of days, has gone on for over a 12 months and a peaceable decision doesn’t appear to be coming any time quickly.

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Mar 3, 2023