The precise moment in which Vladimir Putin's invasion army will lose the conflict in Ukraine has been calculated, according to scientists, Daily Star reported.

Since the initial invasion of Ukraine in February, Russia has been engaged in what seems to be an endless battle.

Andrew Piontkovsky, a scientist and analyst, believes that Putin's game may now be over sooner rather than later.

NATO could have a significant impact on how and when it ends, according to the US-based expert located in Washington, DC, who spoke with BBC News.

He said, “Ukraine will win by restoring completely its territorial integrity by spring 2023 at the latest.

“The motivation, determination, and courage of the Ukrainian military and Ukrainian nation as a whole . . . is unprecedented in modern war history," he added.

He also said, “the fact that, after years of appeasement of a Russian dictator, the West has finally grown up to realize the magnitude of the historical challenge it faces."

Piontkovsky also talked about the way in which NATO's involvement will influence Ukraine's victory over Russia.

He said, “the exact timing of the inevitable Ukrainian victory will be determined by the speed at which NATO can deliver a new game-changing package of military assault weapons - tanks, planes, long-range missiles."

“I expect Melitopol will become the key battle point in the coming months - maybe weeks – (which will then see) Ukrainians easily move to the Azov Sea, effectively cutting off supply and communication lines to Crimea," he added.

He also said, “Russian capitulation will be formally agreed upon at technical talks after devastating Ukrainian advances on the battleground.”

According to Piontovsky, the main powers of Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States will then vote for a new “international security architecture”, however, the scientist did not provide any further information on what that could mean and what the future for Russia looks like.

Following a Russian setback in Ukraine, several experts have recently asserted that Putin might be removed from office in a matter of days, if not hours.

The Kremlin, however, has never commented on this.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a Security Council meeting via a video link at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow Getty Images | Sergei ILYIN / SPUTNIK / AFP

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