February 24, 2022

Putin Seeks ‘Regime Change’ and will Likely Invade the Rest of Ukraine, Says Security Analyst

By Jeffrey Edmonds

Russian President Vladimir Putin is seeking “regime change” and will likely go all the way and invade the rest of Ukraine, according to a former director for Russia at the National Security Council.

I think given the size of the force, the rhetoric we’ve heard about Ukraine overall and its statehood, I think you’re going to see him [Putin] go all the way,” Jeffrey Edmonds told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Wednesday.

Watch the full video from CNBC.

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