Putin, Zelensky Make Rival Visits to Front-Line Troops in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, both visited front-line troops in Ukraine within a day of each other this week as the leaders try to shore up morale ahead of an expected offensive by Kyiv to wrest territory from Moscow’s grip.

Mr. Putin made a rare visit to his troops by traveling Monday to Ukraine’s Kherson and Luhansk regions, both of which are partly occupied by Russian forces, and was briefed by senior officers about the situation on the front line, the Kremlin said Tuesday.

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