The Russian Army are facing mutiny amongst their elite marines as there are unconfirmed reports they are preparing to “surrender” in Kherson.
Vladimir Putin’s army has suffered “significant losses in manpower” over the past few days as Ukraine continues with their successful counteroffensive.
President Volodymyr Zelensky’s troops have made huge gains over the weekend and have recaptured more than 1,100 square miles on the Kharkiv front.
Ukraine’s General Staff of the Armed Forces wrote in its daily bulletin on Monday, “After the successful actions carried out by the Defence Forces in the Kherson direction, the enemy suffered significant losses in manpower.
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“According to available information, the 810th separate brigade of marines (point of permanent deployment in the city of Sevastopol) lost almost 85 percent of its personnel.
“The rest of the servicemen have an extremely low morale and psychological state.
“They massively refuse to return to the combat zone.”
NLwartracker, an OSINT analyst who regularly comments on the war in Ukraine wrote on Twitter, “Some unconfirmed messages from #Kherson that Russian forces are getting ready to surrender.
“Let’s hope its true and further bloodshed can be avoided.”
The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on Monday in their intelligence briefing that Russia has likely ordered their troops to retreat in full from the Kharkiv Oblast region.
The MoD said, “since Wednesday, Ukraine has recaptured territory at least twice the size of Greater London.”
The MoD added that the majority of the Russian Army are “highly likely being forced to prioritise emergency defensive actions” and Putin’s troops have “limited” trust in their commanders which will “deteriorate further.”