The campaign to oust Putin continues, claims Ukraine’s spy chief, Moscow will lose the war by the end of the year

Kyiv: Russia and Ukraine have been at war for three months. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s spy chief has claimed a coup is being carried out to overthrow Russian President Vladimir Putin. He also said that Moscow would lose the war with Ukraine by the end of this year. The Daily Mail reported that Major General Kirlo Budanov […]
 


The campaign to oust Putin continues, claims Ukraine’s spy chief, Moscow will lose the war by the end of the year

Kyiv: Russia and Ukraine have been at war for three months. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s spy chief has claimed a coup is being carried out to overthrow Russian President Vladimir Putin. He also said that Moscow would lose the war with Ukraine by the end of this year. The Daily Mail reported that Major General Kirlo Budanov said he believed a turning point in the conflict would eventually oust Putin.

General Budanov told Sky News that most of the active fighting would be over by the end of this year. This would eventually lead to a change of leadership in the Russian Federation.

Putin is suffering from blood cancer

According to the Daily Mail, Budanev said the process had already begun. As a result, we will renew Ukrainian power in all our regions. He also said that Putin was suffering from leukemia, as claimed by an unknown Russian oligarch. Aligarh, a close aide of the Kremlin, claimed that Putin was suffering from several health problems related to his blood cancer.

Budanov is one of the top executives making accurate predictions

General Budanov’s remarks are the biggest by any Ukrainian official since the war began on 24 February. He is the Ukrainian head of military intelligence and one of the few high-ranking officials to accurately predict Russian troops and tanks.

The Daily Mail reports that General Budanov also claimed that Putin’s mental and physical condition was “very bad”. He said that he was suffering from cancer and other ailments. His health remains a matter of speculation this year.