CIA chief William Burns said – Russia is waging a losing war in Ukraine.
The head of the CIA said it’s only a matter of time to decide.
In Kharkiv, a Russian official admitted that Russian troops were in retreat.
Washington. William Burns, director of the US intelligence agency CIA, said Vladimir Putin’s decision to attack Ukraine turned out to be totally wrong. CIA chief says Russia is waging a losing war in Ukraine. Whose decision is only a matter of time. William Burns said Putin underestimated Ukraine’s resolve when he decided to strike in February.
According to a Guardian report, William Burns told a conference in Washington that Vladimir Putin’s decision not only exposed the weakness of the Russian military, but would cause long-term damage to the Russian economy and to generations of Russians. The Ukrainian army has made significant progress in its first major counterattack since the spring. He repelled the Russian army from several settlements in the Kharkiv region.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his nightly video address Thursday that Ukrainian forces had retaken more than 1,000 km2 of territory from the Russians since early September. Our heroes have already liberated dozens of colonies. Balaklia, a town of 27,000 people in Ukraine, was taken over.
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While on Friday, a Russian official in the Kharkiv region admitted that the Russian soldiers were on their backs. In Russia too, now that this perception has begun to form about the war, it may have to face defeat. A former Russian army officer and right-wing Russian blogger who supports the government said “we have already lost”. Igor Girkin, a staunch nationalist, said in a video on Telegram on Monday that “we have already lost, the rest is just a matter of time.” The war in Ukraine will continue until the complete defeat of Russia. Girkin was previously a colonel in the Russian intelligence services.
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