Russia is actively looking for a replacement for Putin after the issuance of an arrest warrant, there is a casting for the role of leader, – representative of the Ukrainian intelligence

Neither the Putin regime nor individual towers of the Kremlin have the same confidence. Casting for the position of the leader of Russia has already begun. Andrey Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (GUR MOU), announced this today, on March 22, on the air of the FREEDOM TV channel.

“And that is why we see signs of public quarrels, including up to profanity, when Prigozhin calls Shoigu and other Russian military leaders names with his last words. And the military correspondents, who often got out of hand, and Girkin, who allows himself to directly criticize the so-called tsar and call him last words. These are external manifestations,” he said.

Also, according to the representative of the GUR MOU, there are also internal manifestations.

“Many representatives of Russian business, pro-government elites are trying to go, let’s say, to third parties in order to guarantee their security after the overthrow and after the regime change in Russia. And they understand that it is inevitable. In geopolitical terms, Russia has lost and weakened, and will never again claim the role of a superpower, a superpower. And, including, it is perfectly understood everywhere – both in the West and in the East. And even, of course, in China, which also benefits from a weakening Russia. Therefore, everyone understands this. And such contacts have been quite active lately. Moreover, we can state that, in principle, there is already a casting for the role of leader after Putin, and this casting is no longer coming from Putin directly. Including, after the issuance of an arrest warrant, they are actively looking for a replacement, but such a compromise that could save both property and freedom for the current representatives of the regime. I think that this will not work out in the end, ”said Yusov.

The representative of the Ukrainian intelligence commented on the visit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping to Moscow.

“We can definitely assume that the Chinese leader came to strengthen the position of his country on the territory of the so-called Russian Federation, most of which in the historical context was part of China not so long ago. Further, we can analyze and predict: China is a powerful geopolitical force that thinks in long terms. This is not a year, not two, but decades. And they know how to wait, and they know how to prepare. And, of course, a weakening Russia, including in the interests of many international players,” summed up Andrey Yusov.