Putin believes 30,000 dead Russian soldiers is 'price worth paying' in Ukraine war

31/5/2022 4:04:00 PM

'Small price to pay', Putin reportedly said.

Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian Armed Forces

'Small price to pay', Putin reportedly said.

According to the Ukrainian Armed Forces , as of 31 May, 30,500 Russian soldiers have so far been killed.

"The Russians are now achieving what successes they have mostly by means of a slogging match with repeated, very costly, infantry attacks reminiscent of 1945 not 2022."The gross failures of the campaign Putin has so far been able to hide quite well from the Russian public, or to blame on various officials, who have been arrested and replaced.

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The report said:"Russia's attempt to achieve a speedy and decisive victory in the Donbas has not yet succeeded. They are still grinding forward, gaining 1-2km a day. Mr Putin's health and private life are taboo subjects in Russia, and are almost never discussed in public. "The Russians are now achieving what successes they have mostly by means of a slogging match with repeated, very costly, infantry attacks reminiscent of 1945 not 2022. After revealing he had lost his wallet with more cash than usual, the man hoped the police notice was for the same reason. undefined Click on this image to see all Yahoo News UK's latest content on the Ukraine crisis "The gross failures of the campaign Putin has so far been able to hide quite well from the Russian public, or to blame on various officials, who have been arrested and replaced." Mr Lavrov said that Mr Putin, who will turn 70 in October, appeared in public every day. "The Russian population until recently bought Putin's disinformation. READ MORE HERE Employer paid $4,000 for maid to get her driving licence in Singapore Sitti Paka secured her Singapore driving licence last June, after four attempts and delays caused by the pandemic.

We have seen an attempt within the Kremlin to get a message across to Putin and his closest team that things are going wrong, perhaps even catastrophically wrong. "I leave it to the conscience of those who spread such rumours.875kg of cannabis." Read more: Russian foreign minister forced to deny Vladimir Putin is seriously ill The failure to seize control of the country and overthrow the democratically elected government has caused the Russian government to switch tactics. Instead of seeking control over Kyiv, Russian troops are now concentrating on seizing the Donbas region in the east, some of which was already under the control of Russian-backed breakaway rebels. Moscow's offensive has killed thousands of people, sparked the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II and led to unprecedented Western sanctions against Moscow. Story continues Ukrainian armed forces have been destroying enemy tanks. However, not all Singaporeans might be aware of the existence of fixed deposit accounts offered by most banks, or even by financial institutions. (Getty) Russia has been waging war against Ukraine for almost 100 days.

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(AP) An FSB officer (Russian secret service) told the Sunday Mirror : “We are told he is suffering from headaches and when he appears on TV he needs pieces of paper with everything written in huge letters to read what he’s going to say. “They are so big each page can only hold a couple of sentences. His eyesight is seriously worsening..” The spy added that Putin’s limbs are “now also shaking uncontrollably”. Advertisement .