Vladimir Putin ‘fighting’ and ‘fearing for his life’ as there is ‘no forgiveness’ for those who lose wars, Ukraine official says


A top Ukrainian official has suggested Vladimir Putin could be left “fighting for his life” in the political sphere if he suffers further setbacks or loses the war.

The Russian President launched the invasion into the neighbouring country nine months ago but his frontline troops have struggled to overcome defiant Ukrainian forces in recent weeks with heavy losses and a withdrawal from the last city it held.

President Putin’s soldiers had to retreat from the southern city of Kherson to save the lives of its dwindling army and difficulties keeping supply lines open.

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