Why Russia is going to war with Ukraine

 

 

While there had been tensions between Russia and Ukraine, a former Soviet republic, for a long time, the situation began getting out of control in early 2021.

In January last year, Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, urged President Joe Biden of the United States to allow Ukraine join NATO.

 

While there had been tensions between Russia and Ukraine, a former Soviet republic, for a long time, the situation began getting out of control in early 2021.

In January last year, Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, urged President Joe Biden of the United States to allow Ukraine join NATO.

 

This angered Russia, which started sending troops near its Ukraine border for “training exercises” in spring last year and increased it during autumn.

By December, the US began hyping up the deployment of the Russian troops and President Biden warned of severe sanctions if Russia invaded Ukraine.

 

Russia has demanded that the West gives a legally binding guarantee that NATO will not hold any military activity in eastern Europe and Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin claims Ukraine is a puppet of the West and was never a proper state anyway.

 

 

This is not the first time tensions between Russia and Ukraine have reached a boiling point. Russia had invaded Ukraine in 2014 when rebels backed by President Putin had seized large swathes of eastern Ukraine and have fought Ukraine’s army since then.

 

 

 

 

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