After the decision of the International Criminal Court to issue a warrant for the arrest of Russian President Putin, the mood in the Kremlin became more gloomy.

Now they are already looking for a successor to the Russian dictator, but Putin himself is no longer participating in this.

On March 18, the representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense Andriy Yusov told about this on the air of the telethon.

"Russian propagandists did not come out with their traditional shows, where they discussed The Hague in particular, because the very fact of discussing this news even for the zombified population of the Russian Federation would be a strange and too alarming "call". Because to tell that the "special operation" is going according to plan, and then to receive a search and arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court - it will be difficult for Solovyov and Skabeeva to combine these things," Yusov said.

According to his words, the circle of Putin's supporters is narrowing, he is becoming more and more toxic both for the outside world and inside the country.

"In particular, in the towers of the Kremlin, there is more and more dissatisfaction with what is happening. There is an increasingly gloomy awareness of the prospects, namely the geopolitical disaster of Putin's regime. And yes, we are already talking about the search for Putin's successor, and it is not Putin who is looking for him," Yusov said.

We will remind, the adviser to the head of the President's Office Mykhailo Podolyak noted that Russian President Vladimir Putin achieved "significant results" in the war with Ukraine, in particular, he provoked a warrant for his own arrest and isolated his own country from the world.

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