Zelensky spooked as Putin ready to avenge 'biggest Russian casualty' in Ukraine's strike | Details

Russian President Vladimir Putin is fuming ever since his forces suffered the biggest loss of life reported by Moscow in any strike since the war began. The Russian President is now laying out a plan for a "big attack" in Ukraine. This comes after the Kremlin said that it lost 63 soldiers due to a Ukrainian strike on military quarters in the Russia-controlled Donetsk region on January 1. After the rare admission of casualties, Putin is all set to avenge the attack. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he had received intelligence reports suggesting that Russia would launch attacks using Iranian drones. Zelensky has asked his forces to be on alert so that "Putin can't achieve his goals." Watch this report for more.

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