War in Ukraine: Russians spared Putin’s military and diplomatic setbacks

The Kremlin leader, who was forced to cancel a trip to the G20 next week, has not publicly commented on the withdrawal of his troops from Ukraine. Failures are reduced by televisions in the service of officers.

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EChecks! What failures?…” in Finopolis, forum fintech In Moscow, the Russian Bank Gradin is all over this weekend. For two days, it’s been a far cry from the back-to-back bad news for the Kremlin. “Our priority? The Commercial And our families… We do not support this war. But you have to continue to live,” says Elena, a mother and director of a renowned financial institution. The misdeeds of “special action” and “partial mobilization”, according to two complaints of the Kremlin, are actually felt in the banks: the fall in investments for small and medium-sized businesses, the sudden increase in the liquidity of individuals … But, in the corridors of the Finopolis Forum, since Wednesday, the setbacks that deeply undermine the narratives of the authorities No one seems to care.

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