Putin Goes To War In Ukraine.
The argument is that many ideas are incomprehensible. It will shape European security.
Vladimir Putin's war on Ukraine, which was expected from the West, began around 5:40 a.m. Moscow time when he went on TV to declare "unique military action." However, his degree was not immediately clear and a large-scale attack was underlined by all the evidence. Mr. Putin said his point was to "neutralize" and "fix" the country, adding that Russia posed a serious threat. Within minutes, explosions were heard near Kyiv's main air terminal, as well as in various urban communities. Russia's Defense Ministry says it is only targeting military targets. Russian troops have landed at Mariupol and Odesa, two important ports on Ukraine's Black Sea coast, but this has not been confirmed.
Coldly, Mr. Putin appears to be compromising on nuclear proliferation as he warns Western nations that he has sent troops to support the eastern part of NATO and eased "monstrous" economic sanctions without mediation. He declared: "I have two words for those who may be tempted to hinder progress: whoever tries to hinder you, not to mention endangering his nation and his relatives, remember that the Russian reaction will be immediate and you will suffer the consequences. It was never found.
The Kremlin has given the impression that it has created every mechanism for war: military equipment, clinical units, even blood, going to extremes. President Joe Biden said this week that Russia has accumulated about 150,000 troops near Ukraine. Against this background, there is still no reconciliation between Russia and the United States and its partners.
Mr. Putin's most recent actions came after the armistice ended and he called for troops in the eastern part of the country, which is controlled by two rebels.
Russia has so far sent less than 200,000 troops to Ukraine, and its most recent move could lead to another incursion. What happens next could threaten Europe's entire security structure.
When Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014, rebels backed by President Putin marched east and fought Ukrainian forces from there. Despite the global Minsk international agreement, the dispute continues as Russian leaders say they are sending troops to two radical-controlled territories. Russia has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia's intelligence have been made more than once.
The West agrees that Moscow is planning a new invasion of Ukraine, a nation of 44 million people, including both Russia and the European Union. Initially, there were reports of tanks appearing in desolate Donetsk, and the most recent satellite image shows that Russian troops had been sent a short distance to the Ukrainian border.