A secret intelligence report says that Vladimir Putin’s army could collapse due to “very costly” losses of more than 30,000 Russian soldiers killed to which the Russian leader believes is a “price worth paying” for a small amount of land.
Moscow has estimated enormous losses of Russian soldiers to which Putin believes it is a “price worth paying” for victory in Ukraine.
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The confidential UK report which is a secret analysis of the invasion which was seen by The Mirror claims the losses of Russian forces could be too much for the soldiers and morale amongst the troops and commanders is at an all time low.
The Mirror reported that the confidential report says, “Russia’s attempt to achieve a speedy and decisive victory in the Donbas has not yet succeeded.
“They are still grinding forward, gaining 1-2km a day.
‘The Russians are now achieving what successes they have mostly by means of a slogging match with repeated, very costly, infantry attacks reminiscent of 1945 not 2022.”
The report continues to say that the Russian President has mostly been able to hide his “gross failures” of the invasion and is blaming this on other Kremlin officials.
It added, “The Russian population until recently bought Putin’s disinformation. We have seen an attempt within the Kremlin to get a message across to Putin and his closest team that things are going wrong, perhaps even catastrophically wrong.”
The Mirror was told by a British Russian commentator, Bruce Jones that there will come a point where Putin’s forces can no longer operate with any more losses.
He added, “This would be a straw that broke the camel’s moment, where units would no longer be able to function as a fighting force because they are so depleted.”