Putin fights for life and fears assassination attempts – Arestovich

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Putin is fighting for his life and fears assassination attempts, — Arestovich

According to the adviser to the OP Alexei Arestovich, tsars who lose wars in Russia are not forgiven. Russian troops may advance from the territory of Belarus to the Donbass and try to capture the Rivne nuclear power plant. The RF Armed Forces are already trying to strike in the region.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has to fight for his life and fear that he could be killed if Russia suffers further losses on the battlefield after the de-occupation of the Kherson Ukrainian Armed Forces. It is reported by The Times with reference to the statement of the adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich.

“[Putin] is very afraid that in Russia they don’t forgive tsars who lose wars,” Alexei Arestovich said. “He is fighting for his life. If he loses the war, at least in the eyes of the Russians, this will mean the end. political figure. And, perhaps, in the physical sense.”

According to the adviser to the OP, recent events at the front made even Putin's loyalists doubt that they can win this war.

Arestovich admits that Russian troops will advance from the territory of Belarus to the Donbass and try to capture the Rivne nuclear power plant.

The RF Armed Forces have already tried to strike at the region and one of the four power units was turned off last week. Arestovich believes that the strikes, which cut Ukraine's energy capabilities in half, are a form of blackmail designed to force Ukraine and its allies to start negotiations with the Kremlin.

According to the OP adviser, Putin demands recognition of the occupied Crimea, Donetsk and Lugansk regions as Russian region and thus present it as a victory for the Russian population.