'Russia isn't leaving': Big worry for Zelensky as Putin rings 'long war' alarm

In the midst of intense fighting, Russian President Vladimir Putin issues a strong "long war" warning. Vladimir Putin says that the war in Ukraine will "continue for a long time," but he sees no need to mobilise additional Russian soldiers at this point. Putin also boasted about "new Russian territories" and called it a "significant result." He even went on to call the Azov Sea "an internal sea of the Russian federation." During a televised session, Putin said that 150,000 Russian troops are currently deployed in Ukraine. Out of which, 77,000 were in combat units, and the remainder were performing defensive functions. Watch this report for more information.

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