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Putin ‘furious’ Ukraine invasion hasn’t been ‘easy,’ EU formal states, citing intel report


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Russian President Vladimir Putin, monitoring developments in Ukraine from his “lair in the Urals,” is “furious” and “fuming” that his military’s invasion of the smaller region to the south has not long gone a lot more smoothly, statements a European Union formal who says he has reviewed a Ukrainian intelligence report.

Riho Terras, a former defense main in Estonia and member of the European Parliament, in-depth the contents of the documents in a Twitter thread Saturday.

WHD News has not independently verified the authenticity of the intel report, which Terras involved in his Twitter article.

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Putin is accompanied in the Urals place by Russian oligarchs “so no one particular will flee,” Terras claimed the Russian-language documents say.

“He considered that the entire war would be simple and almost everything would be carried out in 1-4 times,” Terras wrote.

As an alternative, Ukrainian army members – and civilians arming by themselves with guns and Molotov cocktails – have been performing to fend off Russian forces who have been getting into Ukraine from quite a few instructions due to the fact Thursday.

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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As his thread proceeds, Terras claims the intel report claims the Russian forces lacked an satisfactory tactical plan and were themselves strapped for materials – bringing more than enough rockets for only a few or 4 times, and therefore “use them sparingly.”

Hopes of the Russians acquiring additional weapons and ammunition are restricted, Terras promises.

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“They have no raw materials,” he writes. “What was earlier equipped mostly from Slovenia, Finland and Germany is now cut off” simply because of Western sanctions.

A civil defense member stands at a checkpoint in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022. 

A civil protection member stands at a checkpoint in Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022. 
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If the Ukrainians are able to struggle off the Russians for 10 days, that will very likely drive Moscow to enter negotiations to close the conflict for the reason that “they have no revenue, weapons, or resources,” Terras writes.

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The Russian system also contains sowing stress among Ukraine’s females and youngsters to progress their endeavours versus Ukraine’s government, the official writes.

As Russia’s attack continued into Sunday morning, it appeared Russia was focusing on electrical power means in Ukraine, with a fuel pipeline in Kharkiv reportedly struck and a civilian oil depot south of Kyiv, according to studies.

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