Putin announced that Ukraine’s counterattack was a complete failure 18:39

In the special military operations zone in Ukraine, the initiative belongs to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with mayors of Russia’s constituent entities. TASS.

The head of the Russian state called the counter-offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces a “complete and utter failure.”

“Ukraine has failed in its counter-offensive, if this continues the question of statehood will soon arise,” he said.

Putin added that Ukraine’s statehood “may suffer an irreparable and very serious blow.”

Also Vladimir Putin named “morons” of Ukrainian officials for refusing to negotiate with Russia.

“You fools, everything would have been over a long time ago,” the Russian leader said.

Also, the Russian President spoke about the meaning of serving the Motherland. He noted that the welfare of his country and the future of children are important. like that The meaning of serving the motherland.

Putin before named The presidents of the new regions are referred to as “men of steel”.

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Source: Gazeta

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