Ukraine war has 'corrosive' effect on Putin, says CIA boss – BBC News

The Ukraine war is having a “corrosive” effect on Vladimir Putin’s leadership of Russia, according to the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Russian disaffection over the war is providing new opportunities for the CIA to collect intelligence, the agency’s Director William J Burns said.

America’s top spy made the comments while delivering the annual lecture at the Ditchley Foundation in the UK.

He was speaking a week after the mutiny by Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin.

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Written by William Moore




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