Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared war against Ukraine this morning (Russia War against Ukraine). The news of this announcement spread like wildfire all over the world. Meanwhile , a video of a meeting held before the decision of the war against Kyiv is going viral.
Russia’s pressure on Ukraine has been increasing continuously. According to the news agency AFP, Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced military action on Ukraine. At the same time, Putin has also warned NATO countries that action will be taken against those who hinder the war. Shortly before the final decision to attack Ukraine, a video is going viral all over the world, in which the chief of his intelligence agency is seen faltering in front of Putin.
Putin had made his intentions clear
Even before the recognition of Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk, Russian President Vladimir Putin made his stand clear. During this meeting, when the chief of Russia’s foreign intelligence started giving advice on Donetsk and Luhansk, Putin immediately silenced him. Putin’s attitude and tone were such that while replying, the intelligence of the chief of the intelligence agency started faltering.
According to the report published in CNN, Putin was given the right to give formal recognition to Donetsk and Luhansk in the meeting. After the exercise of this authority by Putin, Russian soldiers entered the Donetsk and Luhansk ‘republics’ as peacekeeping forces. Western countries have strongly criticized this move of Russia. Along with this, America, Britain and some countries of the European Union have imposed sanctions on big Russian companies and banks.
Ukraine’s army should surrender: Russia
Western countries have been saying for several days that if Russia attacks Ukraine completely, then it will be subjected to extensive sanctions. Apart from this, Russia did not show even the slightest leniency in its stand and Putin finally declared war against Ukraine (Russia Starts war against Ukraine). Russia has informed the world about its decision. Putin has said that anyone who interferes in the proceedings on Ukraine will face strong resistance.