Russia Invades Ukraine Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, specialist head of the British armed forces, said in a colossal defeat only added strength to the country’s opponents. interview with the BBC on Sunday.
“Putin is failing in all his military strategic goals. He wants to subjugate Ukraine. That won’t happen… He wants to break international resolve. In fact, that has been reinforced during this period,” he said.
Radakin further stated that pressure on the President of Russia is increasing. “His problems are increasing,” he said. “He doesn’t have enough manpower. His force is thin on the ground.”
The claims come during a brutal month for the Russian military, after Ukrainian forces regain more than 3,000 square miles of land in the northeast of the country.
Low morale continues to affect the Russian military, and Ukraine declared that many Russian units “tried to negotiate with Ukraine on surrender and transfer under the auspices of international law.”
Ukrainian intelligence further declare On Sunday, several Russian military hospitals refused to treat so-called “volunteers” who had fought on behalf of Russia, because they did not have a conventional armed forces classification. Other volunteer fighters were “left … without any support or help” as Russian forces withdrew from occupied territories, according to Ukrainian intelligence.
The battle continued to cause a heavy damage. Like Guardians report On Sunday, the governor of Kharkiv region, Oleh Syniehubov, said that four medical workers were killed by Russian shelling during the evacuation to a psychiatric hospital; Two patients were also injured.
Office of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky speak on Friday that it was continuing to gather evidence of alleged war crimes committed by Russian forces, including “torture chambers where civilians of occupied cities and towns were abused.” use.”
Authorities note that officials are continuing to exhume bodies at a “mass burial site” near Izium, where more than 400 graves have been discovered.
The Kremlin and Russian state media have continued to side with the war effort, though rifts have begun to show, as even staunch propagandists have begun to go public. convey their disappointment.