What will happen to Russia after the war: Podolyak presented a scenario for the development of the aggressor country

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What will happen to Russia after the war: Podolyak presented a scenario for the development of the aggressor country

In the short term, the Russian Federation will resort to certain offensive actions, because of which it will certainly lose a lot of personal composition, forces and means.

The Ukrainian army will stop at the borders of 1991, and an uncontrolled political transformation will begin in Russia. Some subjects of the federation will get a super chance to become independent and will be able to do it. This is how Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, sees the future of Russia.

Podolyak's social networks spoke about this.

First of all, according to Podolyak, within the framework of the counter-offensive, which is being developed by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and discussed in detail at meetings of the Headquarters of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, the Russian Federation will suffer two to four significant defeats, and it is after this that the processes of disintegration and final demoralization in the Russian army will become irreversible.

“The Russians will continue to run away. At the same time, they will get even more dead, and the wounded and amputees will massively take to the streets of Russian cities and protest fiercely. Not a political, but a social protest will spread across the territory of Russia – because of loved ones lost in the war “At this time, surrounded by the Way close. Significant internal strife. The classic Russian search for the culprits will begin. The power verticals will weaken and begin to rapidly decline,” Podolyak said.

As for control over nuclear weapons, Podolyak noted that it will be controlled one way or another, including by the remnants of the Russian generals.

“Therefore, there are no big risks that it will appear on the black market or be uncontrolled at least for some time,” he added.

According to Podolyak, the temporarily formed government of the Russian Federation will begin real negotiations on responsibility for crimes in Ukraine and on demilitarization zones on the border. And, of course, regarding significant compensation for killings and destruction.

The date of implementation of this scenario depends on the toolkit available to Ukraine – on when Ukraine receives the exact amount of well-defined weapons. Ukraine provided our partner Alliance with specific numbers and names. Now we are at the stage when the war is a reasonable mathematical model.

“The formula is simple: if you want to end the war as soon as possible, give Ukraine more weapons that we ask for in a timely manner,” the adviser said.

The day before, an adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine explained what actually stopped Germany from transferring Leopard tanks to our state.

Podolyak also commented on the situation about the advice of Ukraine's partners to stop fighting for Bakhmut.

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