According to the Russian newspaper “Pravda”, a presidential decree was issued Putin He released 5 military generals: Vasily Kukushkin, Alexander Las, Andrei Lebelin, Alexander Otsovenko and Yuri Instrongin.
Sources in the Russian Interior Ministry confirmed that the newspaper had reported on the recent layoffs, noting that the decision was made within the framework of “rotation of officials in office”.
On the other hand, Western newspapers report a wave of layoffs as the Russian army lost numerous generals and senior officers in the war in Ukraine, which began on February 24.
Last May, retired Admiral James Stavridis, a former NATO officer, said, “In contemporary history, we have not seen a situation comparable to what is happening to the Russians.”
In the same vein, the British Ministry of Defense confirmed that Russia has suffered significant losses among military officials, whether in small or medium positions.
At an intelligence conference last month, the ministry said that many battalion and battalion commanders in the Russian military were making failed decisions on the battlefield in Ukraine because they were doing their job in an inflexible and incompetent military organization.
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