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European countries have feared that during the Victory Day parade on May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin may give a doomsday warning. Putin will also address the Russian army on this occasion.
Russia-Ukraine (Russia-Ukraine) The war has been going on for a long time. Meanwhile, CIA Director Bill Burns said on Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s (Vladimir Putin) Believing he cannot afford defeat in Ukraine, therefore doubling the war. However, there are no signs of a plan to use strategic nuclear weapons from their side. Kyiv (Kyiv) Despite the Russian military’s failure to capture and his struggle to proceed along the main frontiers of the war in the southeastern Donbass region, Burns said the Russian leader had not changed his view that his troops could defeat Ukraine.
The US spy chief told a Financial Times conference that Putin’s confidence in the Russian military’s ability to quell Ukrainian resistance may not have been shaken despite the battlefield defeat. Putin has threatened to point to Russia’s willingness to deploy strategic nuclear weapons if the West intervenes directly in the Ukraine conflict. But he said he thinks Beijing has been surprised by the strong defense support provided by the West to Kyiv, along with strong resistance coming from across Ukrainian society, along with the poor performance of Russian military forces.
Why is Europe scared about May 9?
Russia’s experience in Ukraine is influencing Beijing’s calculations of “how and when” they try to gain control of Taiwan, which China sees as an enemy. At the same time, European countries have feared that during the Victory Day Parade on May 9, Russian President Vladimir Putin may give a doomsday warning. In fact, on May 9, the Russian army will celebrate the 77th anniversary of the victory against Nazi Germany on Moscow’s Red Square. On this day, the Russian army is also going to show grand power by showing its new weapons. On this occasion, Vladimir Putin will also address the Russian army. Earlier it was feared that Putin might declare war on Ukraine on the day of Victory Day parade, as the Russian army is still carrying out attacks under the name of Special Military Operation.
Putin has at times compared the war in Ukraine to the challenge faced by the Soviet Union when Adolf Hitler’s Nazis invaded in 1941. Putin announced a special military operation in Ukraine on 24 February. Since then Russia has been facing global isolation. Its direct effect is being seen on the economy of Russia. Not only this, the Russian army has also suffered heavy losses in the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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