The Russian President also acknowledges that the country has faced some problems with the provision of equipment and clothing for ground troops, and that this has affected the fighting in recent months in the neighboring country.
Vladimir Putin said this Friday that Russia is ready for agreements, writes Reuters. The President of Russia spoke at a press conference in Bishkek, the capital and largest city of Kyrgyzstan.
Despite being willing to look for deals, Putin accused the parties to the Minsk agreements of deceiving Russia and sending arms to Russia. Ukraine🇧🇷 For a new stage, President Putin says he needs guarantees and proceeds from the fact that there is a trust problem, Reuters adds.
The Russian President also acknowledged that the country is currently facing some problems in supplying equipment and clothing for the field troops, and that this has affected the fighting in Ukraine in recent months. The restrictions are related to the 300,000 people mobilized in September and October for the combat front.
That is why he argued that Russia does not yet need a new wave of mobilizations, if only because 150,000 people have been detained and are waiting to be sent on a campaign. That is, of the 300,000 mobilized Russians, only half went to Ukraine.
Despite the president’s words about mobilization, which according to Reuters are not new, the Kremlin has refused to suspend an official decree allowing the mobilization of Russian men for the conflict, and the population continues to fear that more will be called.