Ukrainian-Russian War: What Does Moscow’s Losses Mean for Putin?

  • Steve Rosenberg
  • Editor-in-chief of BBC Russia, Moscow

photo credit, Reuters


After six months of war, it is still unclear what the Russian president will do next

Normally, one would expect the weekly headline news program from Russian state television to promote the Kremlin’s successes.

But Sunday’s edition opened to rare reception.

“At the forefront of special operations [en Ukraine]this week has been the hardest so far,” said presenter Dmitry Kiselev gloomily.

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“It was especially difficult on the Kharkiv front, where, after an attack by enemy forces that outnumbered us, troops [russes] forced to leave the cities they previously liberated.”

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