Russian Generals Turning On One Another

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Vladimir Putin may lack the missiles and equipment needed to continue the war in Ukraine, and now his generals are blaming each other for fear of reprisals for the failed invasion. Amid reports of a purge and a possible Kremlin coup, Vladimir Putin desperately needs to win the battle for eastern Ukraine.

There are rumors in the Kremlin that several former generals and KGB officials want to end the war in Ukraine and get rid of the Russian president. Russian President Vladimir Putin, enraged by the military setbacks in Ukraine, has reportedly launched a purge of some of Russia’s most powerful officials.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is purging military generals and intelligence officials, including arresting Federal Security Service (FSB) officials, according to an analysis by the Washington-based War Institute, citing Ukrainian officials and the media. Report.

Putin has reportedly begun to wipe out his inner circle as the war in Ukraine drags on. Putin is reportedly conducting an internal purge of general proposals and intelligence personnel, and reconfiguring the Kremlin’s military efforts to keep combat operations much longer than Russia initially planned. Putin has reportedly fired several generals and arrested FSB intelligence officers in an internal purge.


Russian President Vladimir Putin is conducting purges of military generals and intelligence personnel, including arrests of FSB (Federal Security Service) officers, according to an analysis by the Institute for the Study of War, a Washington-based think tank, which cited Ukrainian officials and media reports.

The institute said that Ukrainian Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov estimated on Wednesday that Putin had replaced at least eight generals “due to their failures in Ukraine” and authorities have detained personnel from the FSB’s 5th Service, which the institute said is responsible for gathering information on the political situation in Ukraine.   “

No matter how much they respect Vladimir Putin as a strong leader, the Russian General Staff will be the scapegoat for his mess. According to the British minister, Russian generals are blaming each other for the failed invasion of Ukraine as they worry about what will happen if the war turns into a retreat.

The British defense secretary’s comments came as Washington officials told The New York Times that U.S. intelligence had allowed Ukrainian forces to target and kill many of the Russian generals killed in the Ukraine war.

According to the New York Times, some of Putin’s inner circle expressed opposition to the war in Ukraine, including a former FSB official who Russia “underestimated” Ukraine, and a group of Russian officers he said had invaded Ukraine. “Useless and extremely dangerous” and threatens Russia’s future.

Vladimir Putin could be running out of missiles and the equipment necessary to continue waging war in Ukraine. His generals are now blaming each other amid fears of being ‘purged’ for the failed invasion. Britain’s Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, Chief of the Defence Staff, said in an interview with TalkTV’s The News Desk there was ‘incredible pressure’ in Russia for the campaign to deliver results. But after 10 weeks of fighting, however, he said the rate at which Russian forces were using missiles and other armaments meant Putin was engaged in a ‘logistics war’ to keep them supplied.   “

Putin’s message is likely to be delivered to a national audience in Russia that Russia is not fully prepared for the cost of war with Ukraine. According to Farida Rustamova, a wealthy Russian journalist in the Kremlin, senior civilian officials in the Russian government are already unhappy with Russia’s war in Ukraine and its economic impact. The FSB is said to be so concerned about the lack of military progress that it has contacted generals and former army officials, according to local Russian media.   “

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