DESPERATE Vladimir Putin is plotting a trade-off with North Korea in order to boost his dwindling army, according to pro-Kremlin reports.
Russia would offer energy and grain to the pverty stricken nation in return for 100,000 soldiers to boost the Kremlin’s ailing frontline forces.
As reported by the Mail Online, the report reads: “The country is ready to transfer up to 100,000 of its soldiers to Donbas.
“Pyongyang will be able to transfer its tactical units to Donbas.”
As the information has emerged from pro-Kremlin sources, it is impossible to know how accurate these reports are.
It comes as British intelligence stated how the Russian leader is possibly recruiting lags from his jails to fight as his army suffers “incredibly high” fatalities & casualties on the frontline.
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin said detailed assessments show President Vladimir Putin’s plan has spectacularly failed.
Putin’s military is now so weakened, Ukrainian nationals are increasingly confident they will soon reclaim all their old borders.
Finland and Norway have also wrecked Putin’s bid to divide and weaken the western alliance by applying to join Nato.
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Norway Consul: ‘I hate Russians!’
Elisabeth Ellingsen has been shown the door by Moscow after being recorded slamming Russians in a video tape.
The video was reportedly taken in a hotel reception, where she had an outburst, shouting: “I hate Russians!”
It is thought she had the outburst after the cleaning procedure in her hotel room took too long.
The Russian foreign ministry condemned her actions, and released a statement that read: “After what happened, Elisabeth Ellingsen’s presence in Russia is impossible.”
Russia ‘may not meet’ 2022 grain harvest
Russia may not reach its expected harvest of 130 million tonnes of grain due to weather factors and a lack of spare parts for foreign equipment, the country’s agriculture ministry has revealed.
“Taken together, all of this creates risks in terms of reaching the grain harvest figure of 130 million tonnes,” the ministry said.
It said that if it does not meet the planned volumes, it will have to revise its export plans of 50 million tonnes.
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