The Kremlin selects a successor to Putin: intelligence spoke about the situation in the Russian Federation
The leader becomes more and more toxic.
The head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, is becoming increasingly toxic not only to the world, but also to his country. Yes, in Russia, as well as within the Kremlin, dissatisfaction with what is happening is growing.
Andriy Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, announced this on the air of the telethon.
He noted that the dictator is becoming more toxic both for the outside world and within the Russian Federation.
“The circle is also narrowing around Putin, it is becoming more and more toxic, and, of course, both for the outside world and inside. And within the Kremlin, there is growing dissatisfaction with what is happening. An increasingly gloomy awareness of the prospects, namely, the geopolitical catastrophe of the Putin regime. And so we are talking about finding a successor and it is no longer Putin who is looking for him,” Andrey Yusov said.
Recall that after the decision of the International Criminal Court, the dictator of the Russian Federation wants to improve his image in the eyes of the Russian elites. His visit to the annexed Crimea and Mariupol captured by the occupiers was the result of the decision of the ISS, which issued a warrant for Putin's arrest.
We add that Germany should arrest the head of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, if he arrives there.