Russia Ukraine News: Third World War? Russian army enters Ukraine

Ukrainian border guards stand at a checkpoint from...- India TV Hindi
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Ukrainian border guards stand at a checkpoint from territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists to the territory controlled by Ukrainian forces in Novotroitske, eastern Ukraine

Highlights

  • Putin recognizes separatist regions of eastern Ukraine as independent and sovereign states
  • Separatist leaders had demanded recognition of a separate country from Russia

Moscow: President of Russia Vladimir Putin The Russian army has entered two Ukrainian provinces of Luhansk-Donetsk (Donbos area) where it intends to build a military base and remain there for a long time. Let us tell you that Putin has recognized the separatist regions of eastern Ukraine, Lugansk People’s Republic and Donetsk People’s Republic as independent and sovereign states. Putin had declared these two states of Ukraine as independent countries 13 hours ago (3 pm Indian time). After this the tanks of the Russian army moved towards these areas. Putin said this was necessary to maintain peace in Luhansk-Donetsk and the separatist-held territory.

Meanwhile, Britain in Ukraine Russia infiltration is confirmed. British Health Secretary Sajid Javid said, “Russian aggression has started in Ukraine.” On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that we are not afraid of this move of Russia. We have neither taken anything from anyone nor will we give anything to anyone. Zelensky said Ukraine’s international borders will remain as they were before, despite Russia’s announcements and threats.

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America and Western countries are furious at this move of Russia. The United Nations has also condemned Russia’s move. Is the world heading towards the third world war from the Ukraine crisis? At the same time, let us tell you that after Putin’s move to declare two provinces of Ukraine independent, the United Nations Security Council called an emergency meeting.

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Russia steps up to strengthen ties with Ukrainian rebels

Russia moved swiftly on Tuesday to tighten its hold on rebel territories in Ukraine. Indeed, Moscow has paved the way for the deployment of troops there by recognizing their independence through a bill, posing a challenge to Western countries. Western countries are preparing to announce sanctions against Russia. The new Russian bills are expected to be ratified soon by the Kremlin (Russian presidential office) controlled parliament.

The bills could set the stage for Russian troops to penetrate deeper into Ukraine than the US and its allies fear. Convoys of armored vehicles were seen passing through separatist-held areas. However, it is not yet clear whether he was Russian. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision Monday to recognize rebel territories comes after nearly eight years of separatists fighting that killed more than 14,000 people and devastated Ukraine’s eastern industrial region of Donbass.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky showed restraint, saying, “We are not afraid of anyone or anything. We have not taken anything from anyone. And we will not give anything to anyone.” Meanwhile, the US has reacted quickly and banned US investment and trade in separatist territory. The UK and EU countries have also indicated they plan to announce sanctions as well.

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