- Russia may attack Ukraine
- Many countries are calling back citizens
Amidst the Ukraine-Russia Conflict, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has proposed a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to find a solution. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told the three-day Munich Security Conference that Western powers should abandon their policy of “appeasement” towards Russia, as there are growing concerns of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine.
He said, ‘I do not know what the President of Russia wants. Therefore, I propose to meet him. Russia can choose a place for talks. The President of Ukraine said, ‘Ukraine will continue to follow the path of diplomacy only for a peaceful resolution of the crisis.’
Russia’s representative did not participate in the conference
In fact, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) was to focus on what kind of strategy Western countries should adopt to counter the Ukraine crisis. The special thing is that the representatives of Russia did not attend this conference. Addressing the conference, the President of Ukraine warned that the threat of sanctions would not work if Russia bombed Ukraine.
The President of Ukraine said that he had received information about the drop of the world’s third largest nuclear weapon on Ukraine. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said, they have no weapons and no protection, but have a right. Right to demand security and maintenance of peace from the policy of appeasement.
Volodymyr Zelensky, referring to Russia’s warning of an attack on Ukraine by the US, said, “To really help Ukraine, the western countries don’t need to just talk about the dates of the attack on Ukraine.” .’
During this, the President of Ukraine insisted that on March 1 and December 31, he would defend his country’s land. He said that Ukraine does not need any more dates. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that the only thing Ukraine wants is peace.
The threat of war is looming between Russia and Ukraine
The threat of war between Russia and Ukraine is looming within a few days. Ukraine and the two regions occupied by Russian-backed rebels accused each other of escalating tensions. Russia said on Saturday that at least two shells fired from government-held parts of eastern Ukraine fell across the border. However, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba dismissed the claim, calling it “a fake statement”. At the same time, the Ukrainian military said that a soldier was killed in shelling in the government-held part of the Donetsk region in the early hours of Saturday.
Meanwhile, Germany and Austria have asked their citizens to leave Ukraine. German air carrier Lufthansa has canceled flights to the capital Kiev and a city called Odessa. NATO’s liaison office in Kiev said it was transferring staff to Brussels and the western Ukrainian city of Lviv.