Because of the Russia and Ukraine war, thousands of people have already died, towns and cities such as Mariupol lie in ruins, and nearly 13 million people have been displaced. But the questions are: what was it all for, and how will it end?
Russian President Putin’s Original Goal
The initial aim of the Russian leaders was to overrun Ukraine and depose the government. After starting the war within a month because of failures, he changed his decision and set up his mind to control the east and south area of Ukraine. He has said that his only goal was to demilitarise and de-Nazify Ukraine. He wants to protect people from bullying and genocide by Ukraine’s government.
Changing Putin’s Aims
Russia is now focusing on seizing the two large eastern regions. They have already claimed control of the southern region of Kherson. A leading Russian general has said that soon they will be able to seize territory further west along the Black Sea coast area towards Odesa and outside space.
Is There Any Way To Out?
In the proposal offer of neutrality, Kyiv has told:
Ukraine will be a non-aligned and “non-nuclear” state, without any foreign military bases or contingents in its area.
The other countries must have to protect a neutral Ukraine against any attack.
Ukraine can join the European Union but cannot enter military-political alliances.
But it is not enough for President Vladimir Putin because he wants to divide the country.
How Putin Sees Ukraine
The Soviet Union collapsed, and Ukraine achieved independence in 1991. But Russia’s leader disagrees with this. He has claimed that Russians and Ukrainians are one people and today’s independent state is mere as an anti-Russia project.
The Reason Why Russia Hates Nato?
World War II divided the world into two camps. The Soviet Union and the US turned into two superpowers in the world. On December 25, 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed into some new countries named Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. As a result, the US became the only superpower in the world, and Nato did not stop its expansion. Georgia and Ukraine were offered Nato membership in 2008 but could not join the military alliance. President Putin has objected to Nato’s expansion. He also said that if Ukraine becomes a Nato member, Russia will circulate, which is unacceptable.
Russia-Ukraine War Threat To Global Economy
The problems caused by war not only cause damage to that country but also affect the entire world. Because of the Russia-Ukraine war, the world economy will pay a hefty price. The impact of the Russia-Ukraine war will be higher. This war will impact the global supply chain process, causing shortages of goods & foods and continuous cost increases worldwide within a short time. This will cause a global recession that will cause the poor and the middle class to suffer.