World War 3 is the only way to stop Putin, says the once richest man in Russia

Front belongs to Putin the enemy warned the West that NATO would inevitably get involved in a war with Russia.

Meanwhile, the West is considering sending fighter planes to Volodymyr Zelenskyexiled opposition figure Mikhail Borisovich Khodorkovsky has issued a clear analysis that World War 3 will be the only way to stop Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. “NATO and Western European countries must really go to war,” said the former richest man in Russia. “Sooner or later they will have to… fight. The sooner they realize it, the better, because Putin just can’t stop. Quitting would mean death for him.’

Putin may pause for a moment to swallow the loss of the territories he previously conquered, but then he will press on and mobilize people from the places he has conquered. analysis claims.

Khodorkovsky was jailed for 10 years during Putin’s rule. This happened after he came into conflict with the Russian president.

He was eventually released from prison, pardoned in 2013, and then went into exile. Now based in United Kingdom. He suggested that “the first year of the war was just a trial” and that “everything starts now”.

Mikhail Borisovich Khodorkovsky was Russia’s richest man in 2003, with an estimated fortune of $15 billion. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, he acquired several oil fields and quickly built his fortune as an oligarch benefiting from privatization. He challenged the Russian government in 2001 and founded the Open Russia movement, an organization that advocates for democracy and human rights.

The businessman was arrested in 2003 on charges of fraud and tax evasion. At the time, the US State Department commented on the “arbitrary use” of the Russian justice system.

Khodorkovsky was pardoned after ten years.

Personnel turnover in the highest positions continues in Ukraine. This time it was the regional bosses’ turn. It is about the superior of the Luhansk Region, Serhiy Hajday, who is a prominent figure in the struggle of Ukraine against the Russian invasion. He will assume the post of ambassador to Kazakhstan.

In recent days, unconfirmed information has been circulating on social networks about a former businessman and top representative of the Khmelnytsky region in western Ukraine, Serhii Hamal, that he was stopped by a police patrol while driving drunk, reported Ukrainska Pravda.

Army Colonel Maksym Marchenko was dismissed from the post of head of the Odesa regional administration. In this context, the RBK-Ukraine server recalled that two of its deputies were detained on suspicion of corruption in recent weeks.

Good morning, dear readers. It’s Wednesday and our coverage of events in war-torn Ukraine and the tense situation Russia has created in our country and around the world continues.

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