Day 718 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

Day 718 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

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This is a short news report about the situation in Ukraine.
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1.
President Putin’s favorite mare has suddenly died.
People around him see this as a bad sign.
According to the Telegram channel,
a mare that was being raised as a stallion suddenly died in the stables of President Putin’s residence in Novo-Ogarevo.
The stables are said to be the place where President Putin comforts the widows of those killed in special military operations at the end of the year and the beginning of the New Year,
and President Putin is said to be extremely dismayed by the death of his favorite mare.
The cause of the horse’s death is unknown,
and the Telegram Channel says that while it is surprising that President Putin was upset,
it is also questionable why his staff did not treat the mare properly.
Second.
Russian hardliners close to the Kremlin began to realize that the Russian side was losing.
First,
Duravlev,
a member of the Russian State Duma known for his far-right hawkish views,
appeared on Russian state television’s “60 Minutes” and began comparing the Ukrainian war to the Russo-Japanese War of 1905,
implying that the Russian side had lost.
Incidentally,
in the Russo-Japanese War,
the defeat of the Russian army was followed by a revolution that ended the Russian Empire.
In his remarks,
Mr. Zhuravlev said: “120 years ago,
people believed the propaganda that Russia was victorious and Japan was defeated.
It is the same today. But the greatest victory today is in Tabayivka,
a small settlement,
not even a village,” he said,
noting that the results were so small.
Solovyov,
one of Russia’s most famous figures,
also asked on his talk show,
“Who will be happy if the Slavs fight each other in the Ukrainian war?
Who will be happy if the Orthodox churches fight each other?
Now the West should be blissfully happy that its centuries-old dream is coming true,” he said,
questioning for the first time the continuation of the war.
The article reporting this analyzed the situation as “a sign that the Kremlin is preparing its people for the end of the war and may be trying to justify a reduction in special military operations.