Putin is losing. ‘Russia are starting to fail’ says Defence Secretary Ben Wallace

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Putin is losing. ‘Russia are starting to fail’ says Defence Secretary Ben Wallace | The Defence Secretary has said Vladimir Putin is now unlikely to succeed in occupying Ukraine. Ben Wallace said that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had “faltered” and was “starting to fail”, as he pledged more financial and military support to the eastern European nation’s defence.

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