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'Fatigue from Putin's actions': Russians' attitude to Russian leadership

'Fatigue from Putin's actions': Russians' attitude to Russian leadership Representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine Andrii Yusov (Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)
Author: Maria Kholina

Fatigue from the Putin regime and from the consequences of Putin's initiated war against Ukraine is increasingly building among the Russian population, according to the representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence (MDI) of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Andrii Yusov.

"Indeed, more and more Russians feel the consequences of the war that Putin brought not only to Ukraine but also to the territory of Russia," said the representative of the MDI.

According to Yusov, recent events in the Belgorod and Kursk regions, incidents at industrial enterprises, oil refineries, military enterprises, along with the flow of eliminated and wounded occupiers returning to the territory of the Russian Federation from Ukraine, will have consequences for Putin's regime.

"They affect and accumulate the fatigue effect from Putin's actions. This will undoubtedly have its consequences and its continuation," he noted.

Discontent with Putin's politics among Russians

Hostile sentiments against the current leadership of the country are growing increasingly in Russia.

In particular, Russian citizens have started to protest more and more frequently, calling for the return of their relatives-occupiers home. However, such actions are quickly suppressed by the forces of Putin's regime.

Moreover, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, diversions have been systematically carried out at strategic objects on the territory of Russia, with Russian partisans opposing Kremlin's aggression emerging.

Also, in the recent "elections" in Russia, citizens in various regions resorted to mass defacement of ballot boxes. Specifically, citizens of the Russian Federation hostile to the "voting" process poured brilliant green (dye) on them, set them on fire, and blew up polling stations.