New Delhi (Online Desk). One month has passed since the war between Russia and Ukraine. In this one month, Russia has launched its largest attack on Ukraine, pushing Ukraine back decades. In this war, Russia did not use high-tech missiles or airstrikes, but is now using everything to finish this fight quickly and win. But one thing in all of this is very interesting. That is, Russia once signed a memorandum of understanding with the other two countries, aimed at providing Ukraine with all the necessary security. This is called the Budapest Memorandum. However, now Russia has caused its destruction.
Ukraine became independent in 1991
Ukraine became an independent country in December 1991 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The Budapest Memorandum was signed in 1994 by Britain and the United States with Russia. Now that Russia is attacking Ukraine, the US and Britain can do nothing but impose sanctions. Overall, all three are responsible for the destruction of Ukraine at this time. Following this, Russia shut down all nuclear power plants in Ukraine.
We tell you that this fight started because of NATO’s interest in Ukraine. However, Ukraine launched it in April 2008. To date he has not been able to obtain its membership. Now Ukraine’s patience is beginning to respond. This is why he now looks so aggressive about NATO. This is because Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has said that when he took office, he pushed back the issue because of NATO’s balanced attitude. Not only that, but Zalensky said that NATO was afraid of Russia because it did not have membership.
Russia opposes NATO expansion
But it is also important to note that Russia has always strongly opposed NATO expansion. Russia wants NATO to stay where it was before. Russia sees NATO expansion as a major threat to itself. Russia’s pressure is on the background of other countries, including the United States, not intervening in the fighting between Ukraine and Russia.
Edited by: Kamal Verma
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