How does PUTIN hope to make the RUSSIAN ECONOMY BULLETPROOF? – VisualPolitik EN

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The Ukrainian war, the cruel and ruthless invasion of Ukraine, has not only been a huge nightmare on the battlefield, it is also having a far greater economic impact than expected, for Ukraine and also for Russia. What was announced as a special operation has ended up turning into an intense and tiresome war with an enormous cost in terms of lives, equipment and resources of all kinds. A war that has also unleashed an international reaction of such a caliber that it has surpassed any contingency plan managed by the Kremlin.

This has raised a few questions: How does Vladimir Putin hope to withstand international sanctions? Does the Russian president have any plans to win the economic war? What exactly are Russia’s assets for fighting this battle? In this video we tell you.

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