October 4, 2022

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The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for the past 7 months. Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin made two announcements in two days that have sent the world into a frenzy. Putin has also ordered the partial deployment of 300,000 reserve troops as he prepares to annex four regions of Ukraine, or about 20% of the country’s territory, with Russia. Not only this, he has also clearly warned the West that if Russia’s territorial integrity is threatened, it will use all the resources at Russia’s disposal.

Putin’s announcement is considered a matter of concern not only for Ukraine but also for countries like Poland, Romania, Moldova, Sweden and Finland. In fact, these countries have openly supported Ukraine during the war. After Russia’s warning, Sweden and Finland have taken steps towards NATO membership. On the other hand, from the US to Britain, Canada has reacted to Putin’s threat.

What did Biden say?

After Putin’s threat, US President Joe Biden also reacted. Joe Biden said that Russia has shamelessly violated the basic principles of the United Nations Charter. In his address to the UN General Assembly, he said President Putin’s new threat showed his disregard for the nuclear weapons deal. He said nuclear war can never be won and should never be fought.

Biden said the war would end Ukraine’s right to exist and that the United States would stand united against Russian aggression. On the other hand, regarding Putin’s statement, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that he did not think the world would allow the Russian president to use these weapons. I don’t think Putin will use these weapons.

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Canada and Britain have also reacted

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Russia’s order to deploy troops showed it had failed in its invasion of Ukraine. For the first time since World War II, Russia has ordered the deployment of so many troops. On the other hand, British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said that Putin’s decision to mobilize troops showed that his offensive had failed.

Putin made a shocking announcement

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered the deployment of 300,000 reserve troops to Russia. Putin’s announcement comes as Russia prepares to unite the four regions of Ukraine. For this, Russia is going to start referendums in these regions from Friday. Residents of these areas can vote from September 23 to 27.

Preparation of these four parts by mixing

Russia is trying to annex the Ukrainian cities of Donetsk, Luhansk, Khorasan and Zaporizhzhia. Putin has ordered a referendum in these areas. Putin said that Ukraine’s Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) had been liberated and Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) had been partially liberated. Meanwhile, Russia’s defense minister said 300,000 reserve troops would be stationed in the country.

Putin has warned the West

Vladimir Putin said the West is conspiring to destroy and weaken Russia. These countries have crossed the border. Not only this, but Putin has also warned the West that if Russia’s territorial integrity is threatened, it will use all the resources it has at its disposal. Putin said that this warning should not be taken lightly and made a mistake.

“I would like to remind those who make such statements about Russia that our country has various means of destruction, which are more modern than NATO countries,” Putin said. When the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, Russia and our people will certainly use these resources for defense.

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