Russia-Ukraine War: It has been seven months since the Russo-Ukraine War. Now the course of this war has completely changed. The Ukraine war has now become such a bone in Putin’s throat that he can neither swallow nor swallow. Following the advice of the Prime Minister of India, PM Modi, he sent a message of dialogue to Ukraine.
- Russia and Ukraine suffered heavy losses in seven months of war
- Putin no longer wants war after making four states of Ukraine his
- Zelensky is fighting to get his territories back from Russia
Russia-Ukraine War: It has been seven months since the Russo-Ukraine War. Now the course of this war has completely changed. The Ukraine war has now become such a bone in Putin’s throat that he can neither swallow nor swallow.
Following the advice of the Prime Minister of India, PM Modi, he sent a message of dialogue to Ukraine, but Ukrainian President Zelensky was not ready. Putin thought that the four states of Ukraine. They have merged with Russia.
Now if the war is over, there is nothing wrong with it. It would be considered a victory for Putin. But Zelensky has turned down Putin’s intention.
On the other hand, the magnitude of the war has led to an increase in the number of pro-Ukraine countries. Now Saudi and Riyadh countries have also started helping Ukraine in the name of humanity. This is not a good sign for Putin.
In such a situation, Putin is becoming isolated. Putin is facing heavy opposition in his own country. According to sources, China also wants Russia’s defeat internally. In such a situation, Putin has now started the period of going through a tough ordeal.
Most of the countries of the world left Putin’s side
One of Vladimir Putin’s oft-quoted principles is that “sometimes it’s necessary to be alone to prove that you are right”. As Putin’s unfortunate invasion of Ukraine continues, he appears to be moving towards implementing his principle. Putin seems to be increasingly isolated, not only on the world stage, but also inside Russia.
The longer the war goes on, the more difficult it will be for them to extricate themselves from it with any credibility at home or abroad.
Where will he go from here? A recent United Nations General Assembly resolution condemning Russia’s “referendum” in Ukraine heavily criticized Putin, with 143 votes in favor, 35 not participating in the resolution And five were in protest (including Russia itself). If the vote is to be taken as a sign, Russia has only four friends: North Korea, Syria, Belarus and Nicaragua.
China wants Russia’s defeat
According to defense experts, apart from America, Russia and China are among the most powerful nations in the world. China may be pretending to be with Russia, but it is not with Russia internally.
Because China sees its own good in Russia’s defeat. If Russia loses, China will achieve the distinction of becoming the only powerful country in Asia. This is the internal intention of China. According to sources, that is why China wants Russia to be defeated in the war.
If this happens, China will also have a big advantage that even nuclear weapons including Russia’s technology will be transferred to China. In such a situation, China will become a big power.
China intends to be more powerful than America. This is possible only when Russia collapses.
35 countries including India, China did not participate in voting
Powerful countries with influence over Moscow, including China and India, have publicly indicated their unease about Putin’s war, among those who did not participate in the vote against Russia.
In the Middle East, where Moscow has sought to build diplomatic clout around its highly questionable support for non-intervention, both Qatar and Kuwait – the two energy giants – called for respect for Ukraine’s territory.
Also not all members of the Commonwealth of Independent States took part in the referendum, Georgia and Moldova voted in favor of condemning Russia as an exception, and Belarus voted with Moscow.
Home Front On the domestic front, his picture is of a different leader, who is finding it difficult to keep rival factions under control.Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov have been targeted in recent criticisms of Russia’s top military leadership.
The main criticism focused on Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Wagner Group (allegedly a “private” military company, but actually a military wing of the state) and Ramzan Kadyrov, currently the head of Russia’s Chechen Republic. Such criticisms have created problems for Putin.
Putin’s army tired
Putin has detailed the parameters of the conflict by supporting the statement that he is at war not only with Ukraine, but with NATO.
Another problem for Putin is that Ukraine is unlikely to accommodate Putin on the battlefield or at the bargaining table. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has already said he would only hold talks with Russia’s “new president”.
They have also doubled Ukraine’s war objectives, which equated to the complete liberation of its territory. The massive attack on the Kerch Bridge, sometimes called Putin’s “symbol of victory for Crimea”, was a direct insult to Putin, who personally oversaw its construction.
More than undermining Russian morale, it also symbolized a feeling among Ukrainians that the war had changed. Finally, Russia’s military situation in Ukraine now looks hopeless. His army is exhausted and they are retreating.
Putin’s decision to appoint Sergei Surovikin – the general who ordered indiscriminate bombings in Syria and Chechnya – to oversee Russia’s war has been indifferent.
Reverse effect of cruise missiles attack on Ukrainian residential areas
The strategy of massive cruise missile strikes on Ukraine’s residential areas and power generation facilities has had the opposite effect: it has prompted Ukrainians more to fight, and has been seen globally as Surovikin’s fret.
There was no victory on the battlefield and Surovikin has so far fired missiles worth about US$400-700 million in an attempt to target the Ukrainian population. It also includes attacks on cities that Russia allegedly annexed to its territory.
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