May 17, 2022

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War in Ukraine: UN incites “war crimes”, Russia reveals real intent

On Friday, the UN listed a series of actions by the Russian military that said it could be a war crime. For its part, Russia has reaffirmed its intention. She wants complete control over the Donbass and southern Ukraine.

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LBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday described the possibility of war in Ukraine lasting until the end of 2023 as “realistic”.

He told a news conference in New Delhi that such a timetable had been set by Western sources: “This is a realistic possibility. Yes, of course, Putin has a huge army. (…) He made a catastrophic mistake. His current option is to try to use the approach.

Russia announced its goal

Moscow has announced that it is targeting total control of southern Ukraine and the Donbass region, almost two months after the Russian military occupied the country.

“One of the objectives of the Russian military is to establish full control over the Donbass and southern Ukraine,” a senior Russian military official said Friday. Land walkway to the Crimea “.

Ukraine, which has received significant arms assistance from the West in recent days, continues to promise that it will be able to expel Russian troops from the country.

The UN calls it “war crimes.”

Ukrainian officials continue to accuse Russian forces of targeting routes used by people fleeing the fighting.

“In temporarily occupied territories, enemy forces continue to block the movement of local people, steal and bring the humanitarian crisis closer.

On Friday, the UN listed a series of actions by the Russian military that said it could be a war crime.



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