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Ukraine Vs Russia: US Reveals What Putin’s New Army Commander Will Do To Ukrainians

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Jake Sullivan, US national security adviser has stated that Putin’s new war commander, Gen. Alexander Dvornikov will carry out more brutal attacks on Ukrainians.

Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin over the weekend appointed General Dvornikov, as the commander in charge of the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The new general was the commander of Russia’s Southern Military District.

Dvornikov reportedly has extensive combat experience and will provide coordination to the assault on Ukraine.

This particular general has a resume that includes brutality against civilians in other theatres, in Syria, and we can expect more of the same in this theatre,” Sullivan told CNN.

This general will just be another author of crimes and brutality against Ukrainian civilians.”

Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022 in an internationally condemned act of aggression. The invasion has led to Europe’s largest refugee crisis since World War II, with more than 4.5 million Ukrainians leaving the country and a quarter of the population displaced.

As at the time this report was filed, the war is presently on its 47th day.