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Putin wants a quick victory over Ukraine to celebrate “Victory Day”

According to US officials who spoke to US media, Putin has changed his strategy and focused on attempting to seize control of eastern Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin seems to be desperate according to many analysts and wants to achieve even a minor victory.

Even after more than a month of heavy battles, Russian ground forces have been unable to maintain control of most of the regions which they occupied.

Putin wants a quick victory over Ukraine to celebrate "Victory Day"
PHOTO By Rob Schleiffert

According to one of the individuals which spoke to CNN News, US intelligence knows that Vladimir Putin wants to celebrate his so-called “victory” against Ukraine on May 9, which is known as “Victory Day”.

“Victory Day” commemorates the Nazi surrender in World War II, and is marked by a massive march of the Russian Armed Forces across Red Square in front of the Kremlin.

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