Putin Allies Reportedly Admit To Making Mistakes And Are Worried In Light Of Ukrainian Military Gains
Russian President Vladimir Putin facedgrowing dissent from his allies as the Ukraine war continuedfor the seventh month in a row with no end in sight.
What Happened: Vladimir Solovyov, a top Russian news presenter and a staunch supporter of the country's leader, said, "I'm worried. Naturally, we want for our guys to crush [the other side] and only to advance, but life doesn't work that way," The Daily Beast reported.Solovyov has even been dubbed Putins Voice during his Wednesday radio show, Full Contact.
Another Putin ally Andrey Gurulyov, who is a retired member of the Russian military and a deputy of the 8th State Duma, in a nightly program, "The Evening With Vladimir Solovyov," said, "Today, I believe there is a difficult situation on one of our fronts. Yes, Ukrainians concentrated their assault troops there and started to advance."
"We'll need some time to bring things back to order. Yes, the situation isn't easy," he said, while accepting the mistakes made in the war. "You can't avoid mistakes in life or in war."
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