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Saturday, March 5, 2022

Putin Suffers Setback as Ukrainian Fighters Kill His Senior Frontline Commanders

Vladimir Putin suffered a setback in his war on Ukraine when three Russian commanders were killed after moving towards the front line in what was thought to have been an attempt to restore momentum to the flagging invasion, Western sources say. 

The deputy commander of the 41st Combined Arms Army, Maj Gen Andrei Sukhovetsky, whose death from a probable sniper bullet was revealed on Thursday, is the highest-ranking member of the invasion force to lose his life after nine days of fighting.

Now Western officials have confirmed that a divisional commander and a regimental commander have also been killed, in what was described as a “surprising” development resulting from a breakdown in command and control systems.

It is believed that the senior officers may have moved from positions in the rear to unusually exposed frontline locations in an bid to impose their personal authority on a flagging advance, which has been beset with logistical problems and fierce resistance from Ukrainian troops.BREAKING!!! Putin Suffers Setback as Ukrainian Fighters Kill His Senior Frontline Commanders | #IgbereTV 

Vladimir Putin suffered a setback in his war on Ukraine when three Russian commanders were killed after moving towards the front line in what was thought to have been an attempt to restore momentum to the flagging invasion, Western sources say.

The deputy commander of the 41st Combined Arms Army, Maj Gen Andrei Sukhovetsky, whose death from a probable sniper bullet was revealed on Thursday, is the highest-ranking member of the invasion force to lose his life after nine days of fighting.

Now Western officials have confirmed that a divisional commander and a regimental commander have also been killed, in what was described as a “surprising” development resulting from a breakdown in command and control systems.

It is believed that the senior officers may have moved from positions in the rear to unusually exposed frontline locations in an bid to impose their personal authority on a flagging advance, which has been beset with logistical problems and fierce resistance from Ukrainian troops.

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