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Dire Consequences: Vladimir Putin May ‘Lose His Life’ If Ukraine Can Take Back Crimea, Analyst Says

Putin Could 'Lose His Life' If Ukraine Takes Back Crimea: Analyst
Source: MEGA

Putin could 'lose his life' if Ukraine successfully takes back Crimea, analyst warns.

May 2 2024, Published 11:05 a.m. ET

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Claims have surfaced suggesting that Vladimir Putin's life could be at stake if Ukraine successfully regains control of the Crimean Peninsula.

Ukraine has recently intensified its focus on Crimea, launching missile strikes on the territory that Russia has occupied since 2014.

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From the onset of the conflict, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been adamant about reclaiming Crimea along with other occupied areas.

According to Operator Starsky, a YouTuber and Ukraine veteran, Putin's fate could be tied to the fate of Crimea.

Starsky stated in an interview with Times Radio, "With losing Crimea, Putin will probably lose his life as well. That is why these strikes on strategic objects will continue.”

He anticipated that Ukrainian forces gaining access to the Azov Sea could further challenge Russia's hold on Crimea.

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The use of long-range ATACMS, provided by the US, has bolstered Ukraine's ability to target Russian forces in Crimea. Military analyst Philip Karber highlighted the significance of this development, suggesting that it could render Crimea militarily insignificant.

Throughout the conflict, Ukraine has dealt substantial blows to Russia in Crimea. Notably, Ukrainian forces successfully targeted the Kerch Bridge in 2022 and have also repelled Russian naval forces.

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Zelensky explained to The Washington Post that these attacks serve to deter Moscow's aggression by demonstrating Ukraine's capability to neutralize threats.

Zelensky further emphasized Ukraine's intent to push Russian forces out of Crimea, likening it to the expulsion of Russian naval vessels from territorial waters.

Plans to potentially target the Kerch Bridge again signify Ukraine's determination to escalate the offensive deeper into enemy territory, as articulated by Maj. Gen. Vadym Skybytskyi.


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