Revealed: Russian Invasion Maps Show Vladimir Putin's War Has Failed To Meet Objectives


Russia expected to "denazify" and "demilitarise" Ukraine in a matter of days - but one year on almost everything Vladimir Putin set out to do has failed miserably.

In 12 months, the biggest victory Putin can laud is a land corridor giving Russia a direct connection to Crimea, which it illegally annexed in 2014.

It means that Russia is no longer reliant on the Crimea Bridge, which was blown up by a Ukrainian truck bomb.

Putin said capturing the area, which includes Mariupol and Melitopol, was a "significant result" - hailing the occupied Sea of Azov Russia's new "internal sea".

Delving 300 years into Russian history, he said this hadn't even been done by Russian Tsar Peter the Great.

Apart from this territory, Putin's war has been a disaster. It has mainly been successful in exposing the depravity and incapability of the Russian army.

The British Ministry of Defence on Friday said the invasion of 190,000 Russian troops from the north, east and south in February 2022 "didn't go to plan".

In a tweet it said: “358 days after Russia’s D-Day they continue a grinding offensive in the Donbas.

“But at D+358 they’re not where they likely hoped to be in this sector by D+10.

"The campaign has likely failed to meet any of its operational and strategic objectives.”

Russia's international standing has also taken a massive blow.

As cities like Mariupol were reduced to rubble, other towns became hubs of some of the most hideous war crimes reported in recent history. Since their liberation, these areas have been scoured for evidence of atrocities.

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