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This is how Putin’s new commander wants to defeat Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) demands success at the front from Valeri Gerasimov.


Guido Fieldsforeign editor

Because of disappointment on the war front, the Kremlin has changed the commander of Russian troops in Ukraine. Valery Gerasimov (67) replaces Sergey Surovikin (56), who was relieved of command after just three months.

Surovikin, who is notorious for his attacks on civilian facilities in Syria and is therefore also known as “General Armageddon”, had increasingly fired at Ukraine with rockets and drones.

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