Ukraine’s Defence Secretary claims Putin sacked his top generals
The Federal Security Service (FSB) is under fire for bad tactics, which has resulted in a string of humiliating defeats for Russia. According to the Ukrainian daily Ukrayinska Pravda, he has sacked eight Russian military generals and Russia has modified its tactics.
Ukraine's Defence Secretary Oleksiy Danilov has claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin has sacked his top generals and is furious at his intelligence officials over Moscow's losses in the Ukraine war.
The Federal Security Service (FSB) is under fire for bad tactics, which has resulted in a string of humiliating defeats for Russia. According to the Ukrainian daily Ukrayinska Pravda, he has sacked eight Russian military generals and Russia has modified its tactics. "They have been replaced. We have a good understanding of what is going on in the Russian Federation. I can see they're in a hurry "In the interview, Danilov was cited as saying.
The Russian never imagined that "this nation is so united," Danilov remarked, adding that the road ahead "won't be smooth." " it will be challenging, but don't underestimate your opponent. "We hit him in all directions, yet he creeps and crawls like locusts," Danilov explained.
Putin is "extremely unhappy," according to former senior British intelligence officer and security specialist Philip Ingram, and he is blaming his intelligence institutions.
According to the storey, the Russian President is enraged at commanders of the FSB - the successor agency to the KGB - for claiming that Ukraine is weak and will surrender easily if attacked.
The war between these countries going on for two weeks and the Russian troops are marching towards Ukraine capital Kyiv.They have been carrying out airstrikes on Dnipro and in the attack one person killed and Ukraine agencies claimed that the strikes were close to an apartment and a kindergarten.
An agency reported that Russia has destroyed 3,213 military installations of Ukraine so far.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy declared that the country has "already reached a critical turning point."
"It's impossible to say how many days we have left (ahead of us) to liberate Ukrainian territory. But we may declare that we will accomplish it "He stated. "We're already on our way to our goal, our win."