It has been one month since Russia invaded Ukraine.. Analysts predicted that Kyiv (Kyiv in Russian) would fall within three to four days and that war would be over soon. Even though Western leaders were critical of the invasion and promised to help the Ukrainians fleeing the country, they were careful about providing military support to the Ukrainian Army. The President of United States Joe BidenOffers available Volodimir ZelenskySafe conduct to escape Kyiv, and to avoid being assassinated or tortured by any death squads trying the capture of the democratically elected president. His reaction was a symbol of the Ukrainian will to fight on. “I don’t need to be taken away. I need more ammunition.”
One month has passed, and Ukraine is still standing while the Russian Army’s advance on all fronts has stalled. Russia, unable to seize Kyiv or other major cities quickly, has used terror against civilians. Many were killed in the indiscriminate bombing. It uses perverse logic to crush any resistance by bombing schools and hospitals, killing civilians fleeing besieged cities and dismantling shelters for children and women. Instead,The entire Ukrainian population has been unified.This includes those of Russian descent and those who have Russian family ties.
The Ukrainian Army has stood firm against the attacks from all directions and used all sorts of weapons to resist the force. It successfully counterattacked and inflicted heavy casualties on the poorly equipped and disjointed Russian Army. It has regained ground in the south and outside of Kyiv.However, war can come at a high price. Over 25% of Ukrainians were forced to flee their homes. Many have been killed and the infrastructure has been severely damaged. The West, including Spain and the United Kingdom, has increased its efforts to aid Ukraine financially and militarily, as well as to welcome refugees from Ukraine and to try to isolate Russia. It may not be enough, however, to end the war. There is more to be done to end this war Vladimir PutinIts propaganda and repressive machinery are encouraged by the inability to react to past actions, such asInvasion of Georgia 2008The An illegal annexe of CrimeaAnd the incitement The war in Donbass2014.
One of the most trusted advisers to the president, the head of Ukraine’s Presidential Office. Andriy YermakIt was warned that Ukraine won’t be able win this war without having more sophisticated weapons and consistent loan-type support. They are not possible. Ukraine can only defend its borders, not stop aggression. It cannot also resist unless it is equipped with the capability to destroy missiles at long range. Despite all the help, no country committed to the types of weapons it requested or to sending combat planes. NATO is not willing to allow Ukraine to join NATO and doesn’t actively support the fear of an escalation in the conflict. Yermak however says that the fear will not stop anyone.
1962: The Soviet leader Nikita KruschevHe thought it was a good idea to intimidate the United States by using nuclear weapons in Cuba. John F. Kennedy He was a “soft leader.” Kennedy placed his nuclear weapons on high alert and signaled that it was not a problem to use them. Khrushchev gave in. Becker and Gorodnichenko believe that Ukraine will be able to withstand Russia against all odds. The West should have the courage, Becker claims, to confront Putin’s nuclear blackmail, in order to keep peace in the world. Russia isn’t willing to commit suicide. This is how we can prevent more tragedies.
In Ukrainian cities, however, it is still a sleepless night. Heavy shelling caused heavy damage to Mikolaiv’s, Kharkiv’s, Kyiv’s, and Chernigiv.. Chernigiv’s bridge connecting it to Kyiv was destroyed. This bridge was vital for the evacuation of its residents and humanitarian aid. Every day, the situation in the city is worsening. Parallel to this, the Ukrainian forces were able to surround the Russian troops northwest from the capital at Bucha. Hostomel, Irpin and Bucha. Heavy fighting has been reported in the region, making it unclear how tight the siege is. Kharkiv saw a Russian K-52 helicopter attack, but the city was repelled and shelled 32 times by tanks and heavy artillery overnight. 24 bodies were already found under the rubble of the regional administration building. It was bombed March 1. The work continues.
Shelling decimated a large stock of meat and vegetables in Brovary, Kyiv. Yevgen Kolomints, the owner of the property, stated that the attack was intentional because there were no other buildings around.
In the Donetsk region, fighting is ongoing with Mariupol under siege and Avdiivka as well as Mariinka being attacked. On Tuesday, more that 7,000 people left the cityRussians captured one of the humanitarian convoys. Zelensky says that approximately 100,000 civilians are still in the city.
The Greek Foreign Ministry Nikos DendiasParticipate in one of the upcoming humanitarian convoys into the city in order to help ethnic Greeks as well as other civilians living in the city.
According to the Ukrainian Army, however, In the last 24 hours, six Russian fighter jets were shot down.Yesterday, Ukrainian artillery attacked the Russian temporary base at Chornobaivka Airport in the Kherson region. A Smerch rocket-launcher was destroyed along with several vehicles. The repeated success of the Ukrainian attacks gave rise to a series of jokes among Ukrainian social media users who claim that in Ukraine “all roads lead to Chornobaivka” for Russian soldiers and that “Russia requests NATO to close the skies over Chornobaivka.”
The Kremlin spokeswoman, Dmitri Peskov,Russia is adamant that it will not kill civilians in Ukraine, and that it will help them. According to the most recent opinion poll conducted in Russia, 74% of the population support the invasion of Ukraine.46% of respondents believe that their main goal is to defend Russia, demilitarize Ukraine, or prevent NATO from setting up military bases within Ukraine.