War in Ukraine plunges Russia into chaos, – Polish intelligence services

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The war in Ukraine is sinking Russia in chaos, — Poland's special services

According to Stanislav Zharin, the war in Ukraine is increasingly weakening the Russian Federation in political and economic terms.

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The war waged by the Russian Federation against Ukraine weakens the latter and plunges into chaos every day. This opinion was expressed by Stanislav Zharin, authorized government for the security of the information space of Poland.

“Mass detentions in Moscow, panic actions by internal services, street raids on conscripts, fires destroying Russian cities, explosions at military bases – the latest data indicate that Russia is plunging into chaos,” Zharin wrote on his Twitter page.

He also added that Russia has recently had other problems. In particular, the aggressor country is not able to provide its citizens with even basic services. In addition, the economic crisis is also growing in the Russian Federation.

“The war against Ukraine weakens Russia. And this is good news,” Zharin summed up.

Somewhat earlier, the former NATO Commander-in-Chief James Stavridis said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is leading his country into a dark forest, from which she may never come out. “In particular, he compared the video of the New Year's celebration in Russia with New Year's parties around the world and came to the conclusion that the Russian holiday looked creepy against the backdrop of civilized countries.