One NATO member believes Putin may accept 300,000 Russian casualties—NYT

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A senior Russian official told the C.I.A. director, William J. Burns, last month that Russia would not give up, no matter how many of its soldiers were killed or injured, NYT writes.

“One NATO member is warning allies that Putin might accept the death or injury of as many as 300,000 Russian troops — roughly three times his estimated losses so far,” NYT asumes.

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