Russian President Vladimir Putin is being misled by his advisers, and he is worried about how bad the situation in Ukraine is. Putin does not dare to say – says the White House.

The White House said in a statement that it was “deeply concerned” about the impact of international sanctions on the Russian economy. Putin is not being informed.

However, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in a statement that there was “no real information” about what was happening at the hands of the Pentagon. He added that the United States I don’t understand Putin.

But White House spokeswoman Kate Beddingfield said the United States had received information that “Mr. Putin thinks he is being misled by the Russian military. This has led to “constant tensions” between Putin and his military leadership.

“Putin’s war was a strategic mistake,” he said.

Pentagon spokesman John Kerby said the assessment was “uncomfortable.” It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

British intelligence sources also say that Russian troops in Ukraine have become disillusioned – they lack equipment and are refusing to comply.

Jeremy Fleming, head of the British cyber intelligence agency GCHQ, also said that Russia’s announcement of a reduction in military activity in the vicinity of Kyiv and Chernihiv showed that Russia had made a big mistake in understanding the situation and was forced to reconsider.

Kremlin response: The United States does not understand Putin

But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the United States did not understand what was going on inside the Kremlin.

“They don’t understand President Putin, they don’t understand how decisions are made, and they don’t understand how we work,” he said.

Mr. “It’s a matter of concern because such serious misunderstandings lead to wrong decisions, which have bad consequences,” Peskov told a news conference.

Europe should buy gas in rubles: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that foreign buyers will have to pay Russian gas in rubles from Friday, failing which their contracts will be terminated.

Mr. Putin said Russia’s “unfriendly” countries would have to open an account with a Russian bank and buy gas in rubles, or the gas supply would be cut off.

The ruble has depreciated sharply as a result of Western sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, and it is thought that forcing the ruble to pay for gas would prevent its decline.

In response, German Finance Minister Robert Habek said Russia could not blackmail their country.

Germany is Russia’s largest buyer of gas, and about 40 percent of the EU’s imported gas comes from Russia.

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Meyer says Russian gas supplies will be cut – a situation both countries are preparing for.

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