Russia ‘Makes EVACUATION Plans for Putin in Case of Defeat in Ukraine’


Russia 'Makes EVACUATION Plans for Putin in Case of Defeat in Ukraine'

Russian President Vladimir
Putin and his close allies have reportedly drafted evacuation plans should
Ukraine manage to defeat thousands of invading Russian soldiers.

The Ukrainian military claimed
on Saturday it killed dozens of Russian troops in the city of Kherson in the
south, and rail traffic has been cut, potentially isolating the invaders from
sending military supplies to Crimea and slowing its attack.

Russia has struggled in recent
weeks to overcome defiant Ukrainian troops with offensive fronts stalling while
Moscow’s economy has begun to collapse from the dozens of sanctions imposed by
dozens of nations, including Australia.

British and defence
intelligence officials also suggested Putin’s soldiers were struggling to
maintain momentum in the ongoing war that has lasted 162 days so far.

A Russian Telegram channel
indicated the 69-year-old is “aware of the possibility of a sharp change
of mood in the country” that has left many residents frustrated.

“Defeat in the war for
the President of Russia will mean the end of his power and the regimen as a
whole,” Telegram account General CVR wrote, citing tip offs from
“retired and active intelligence agents”.

Last week the same account
reported the dictator suffered from “severe nausea” that saw a him
treated for three hours by a team of doctors who rush to his bedside.

Since then, a new report has
claimed “Putin himself and his entourage are preparing plans for
evacuation from Russia” in search for refuge if his war failed.

Four ally countries would be
on the cards for the Russian President should he flee.

Belarus, who Putin shares a
close friendship with its President Alexander Lukashenko, Myanmar, Venezuela,
Syria and possibly Iran are some of the countries who could help.

But the most likely option is
believed to be Syria after its leader Bashar al-Assad was bailed out by Putin
when he intervened in the Syrian civil war in 2015.

The only issue is the plan
would need to fly over NATO country Turkey who could refuse entry into its
airspace and the only route between Russia and Syria.

“Will Turkey let the planes
with Putin, his family and those who will join fly to Syria?” Telegram account
General CVR questioned.

“In principle, it is
beneficial for Iran and Turkey to keep the Russian president in exile in
reserve, using him, depending on the situation, as a lever or as a bargaining


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