March 25, 2023

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President of Ukraine shows the mirror to world leaders

Highlights of the story

  • Russia may attack Ukraine
  • Many countries are recalling citizens

In the midst of the Ukraine-Russia conflict, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has proposed meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to find a solution. At a three-day Munich security conference in Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelensky called on Western powers to abandon their policy of “pacifying” Russia, raising concerns about the possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.

He then said, ‘I do not know what the President of Russia wants. Therefore, I propose to meet him. Russia can choose the place for negotiations. The President of Ukraine said that “Ukraine will continue its diplomatic path only for a peaceful solution to the crisis.”

Russia’s representative did not attend the conference

In fact, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) should focus on what kind of strategy Western nations should adopt to deal with the Ukraine crisis. It is noteworthy that the Russian delegation did not attend the conference. Addressing the conference, the Ukrainian president warned that sanctions would not pose a threat if Russia bombed Ukraine.

Ukraine’s president says he has received information that the world’s third largest nuclear weapon has been dropped on Ukraine. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said, they have no weapons and no security, but they have a right. The right to security and peace from the principle of peace.

Volodymyr Zhelensky noted Russia’s warning of a US attack on Ukraine, saying “in order to really help Ukraine, the West does not need to talk about dates for an attack on Ukraine.”

Meanwhile, the President of Ukraine, on March 1 and December 31, insisted on protecting his country’s land. He said Ukraine no longer needed dates. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that Ukraine only wants peace.

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There is a threat of war between Russia and Ukraine

The threat of war between Russia and Ukraine will develop in a few more days. Ukraine and the two areas occupied by Russian-backed rebels have blamed each other for escalating tensions. Russia said on Saturday that at least two bombs had fallen across the border from government-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine. However, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba dismissed the claim, saying it was “a fake report”. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military says a soldier was killed in a shelling early Saturday in a government-controlled area in the Donetsk region.

Meanwhile, Germany and Austria have asked their citizens to leave Ukraine. Germany’s Lufthansa Airlines has canceled flights to the capital Kiev and Odessa. NATO’s liaison office in Kiev said it would relocate staff to Brussels and the western Ukrainian city of Lviv.