December 6, 2022

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Putin’s former adviser flatly stated: “Kherzhan is Russia’s biggest geopolitical failure since the collapse of the Soviet Union.”

The Ukrainian army fires a 2S7 Bion self-propelled gun at a front line in the Kherson region on November 9, 2022, following Russia’s offensive against Ukraine (Reuters)

A very close former advisor Vladimir Putin made severe criticism as The Kremlin conducts its bloody and unsuccessful invasion Ukraine and pointed out the last disgrace recorded in the city Gerson -head of the province of the same name- is on the verge of collapse Soviet Union. Sergey MarkovEducator Moscow University and a doctor of political science who was late in withdrawing the critical point of the conflict that already had 100,000 dead or wounded on both sides.

Kherson’s surrender was Russia’s biggest geopolitical defeat since the fall of the Soviet Union.“, said Markov and added: “The political consequences of this colossal failure will be enormous”. on his channel telegramIn addition, nationalists and followers Putin Accused of withdrawing “Catastrophic delay in making necessary decisions”.

In addition, he emphasized his point and called for an even greater mobilization: “Failure and defeat is the result of not sending troops to Ukraine in 2014 and not fighting for the conscience of Ukraine for 8 years. The defeat at Kherson was the result of a lack of mobilization in the spring and summer. Now, the military mobilization of economy and society must be immediately introduced; Otherwise few months will be very difficult”.

Gerson It was the only regional capital to be captured and controlled Moscow Since the start of its brutal invasion last February 24. Its hold helped and allowed safe access to the beach The Kremlin A land route should be constructed through the south Ukraine. But above all, a shield must be created to protect the peninsula Crimea Possible Ukrainian attack. Now, with this withdrawal, it is not clear that this strategic control can be ensured.

Sergei Markov, a former adviser to Vladimir Putin and a doctor at Moscow University, in a file photo during a vacation (Telegram)
Sergei Markov, a former adviser to Vladimir Putin and a doctor at Moscow University, in a file photo during a vacation (Telegram)

while, Russia announced this Friday who finished Total withdrawal of their forces From the West Bank Dnieper River, then what Moscow He said he took itA difficult decision” a fold. “This morning at 05:00 Moscow (0200 GMT), the transfer of Russian troops to the left bank of the river was completed Dnieper”, said the Russian Ministry of Defense on social networks.

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Earlier, the The Kremlin does not want to talk about Kherson. This Friday, his spokesperson’s statement allayed a journalist’s logical concern. Russian troops From the north of the Ukrainian region connected by Moscow Last September. “There was a decision from the Minister of Defense, which I recommend listening to Ministry of Defence“, the spokesman of the Russian President said, Dmitry PeskovTo the journalist’s question.

Interestingly, it comments on the current state of the region Gerson, Peskov He assured that nothing had changed despite the army’s withdrawal to the left bank Dnieper River. “It is an institution of the Russian Federation, that status is defined and fixed in the law, there can be no change here,” he said. he asked The Kremlin Not regretting the added luxury Gerson, Peskov He replied curtly: “No”. He reiterated, “The Special Military Operations“Inside Ukraine It is still going and will continue until it achieves its goals.

File photo.  Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov attends a press conference for Vladimir Putin and Belarusian Alexander Lukashenko in Moscow, Russia, last February (Reuters)
File photo. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov attends a press conference for Vladimir Putin and Belarusian Alexander Lukashenko in Moscow, Russia, last February (Reuters)

The The KremlinFor its part, He noted this Friday that he did not consider the decision to withdraw troops from Kherson to be humiliating, insisting that “this is Russian,” and that its position has not changed since the decision to align with Moscow. Donetsk, Luhansk and ZaporozhyeAnd the area is occupied.

I have nothing to add, nothing to say on this matter,” he said, though he added that regionalism “is part of it. Russian Federation”. “Their status is legally defined and stable. There are no changes, there cannot be”, he pointed out, citing international condemnation of the September annexation decision.

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President of Ukraine, Volodymyr ZelenskyHe made the announcement on Thursday Russia Withdrawal may be a strategic decision to regroup their forces. “They are ready to defend this region, they are not ready to leave the city.”, he said in an interview with an American television network CNN.

(with details of agencies)-