Putin threw Ukraine into the fire of war! Women insulted, Zelensky says, ‘Russia should be punished’ – न्यूज़लीड India

Putin threw Ukraine into the fire of war! Women insulted, Zelensky says, ‘Russia should be punished’


Zelensky said Russia should be punished

The war in Ukraine has been going on since February 24. More than six months have passed but the war has yielded no result. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a partial deployment of three lakh reserve troops and has also threatened Western countries with nuclear attacks. Due to this, other western countries including America, Britain are looking very worried. Britain has asked not to take Putin’s threat lightly. At the same time, massive demonstrations are going on in many parts of Russia against Putin’s announcement. On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called for Russia to be punished for waging war in Ukraine at the UN.

Russia insults men, women in Ukraine

Russia insults men, women in Ukraine

In his video message to the UN, Zelensky said, “Russia has committed a crime against Ukraine and we demand an appropriate punishment for Moscow.” Russia is trying to steal our territory, so we are demanding punishment. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, referring to the Ukraine war in the UN, said that thousands of people were killed by Russian soldiers in the war. The men and women of Ukraine were humiliated, tortured, for which Russia should be punished severely.

Demand to set up special tribunal against Russia

Demand to set up special tribunal against Russia

Zelensky’s address to world leaders came after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial military mobilization in Moscow. Russia plans to deploy around 300,000 Russian troops in the midst of the Ukraine war. The President of Ukraine further said in the video message that given the crime of Russian aggression against Ukraine, a special tribunal should be created to punish it. Russia now has to compensate with its assets for the damage it has done to Ukraine.

Russia's decree intensifies stir in the west

Russia’s decree intensifies stir in the west

Earlier, President Vladimir Putin announced that he had signed a decree on partial mobilization in Russia amid the ongoing war in Ukraine. Putin said in his address that, in order to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, to ensure the safety of its people in the liberated areas, he considers it necessary to support the proposal of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff to conduct partial mobilization. Can you At the same time, referendums to join Russia will be held on 23-27 September in the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, as well as in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions in eastern Ukraine.

Liz Truss said, we will not rest

Liz Truss said, we will not rest

British Prime Minister Liz Truss vowed before the United Nations to continue military aid to Ukraine until a victory against Russia was ensured, amid Putin’s threats. “We will not rest until Ukraine wins,” Truss told the UNGA during his first visit since taking office. The Conservative leader also said that the UK to spend 3 per cent of its GDP on defense by 2030 committed, which according to the CNA is significantly higher than the 2 percent commitment by NATO members to defense spending.

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