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Putin has warned other nations of consequences if they interfere⁣
Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially announced a military operation in Ukraine. Putin early on Thursday declared a “special military operation” in Ukraine, and Kyiv has confirmed the start of hostilities.⁣

Putin also sent a warning to other countries that any attempt to interfere with the Russian action would “lead to the consequences you have never seen in history”.⁣

The Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba also confirmed that “Putin has just launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Peaceful Ukrainian cities are under strike,” he tweeted.⁣

Putin’s declaration came while the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) held a special session in New York on the Ukraine crisis, and bombing began shortly thereafter, according to multiple news reports.⁣

In his address, Putin claimed “to defend people who for eight years are suffering persecution and genocide by the Kyiv regime,” a reference to a false claim about the government in Ukraine.⁣

Putin claimed that the Russian military seeks “demilitarization and denazification” but not occupation. He demanded Ukraine lay down its weapons or be “responsible for bloodshed.”⁣

What caused the Russia-Ukraine conflict?⁣
The tension over Ukraine has been building up for months, but escalated quickly this week, when, on Monday, Putin delivered an hour-long speech denying Ukrainian statehood.⁣

He recognized the independence of two breakaway regions (Donetsk and Luhansk) in eastern Ukraine where Moscow has backed separatists since 2014, and sent in ‘peacekeeping forces’ into the region.⁣

Over the last few months, Putin had amassed close to 190,000 troops near the Ukrainian border.⁣

The former Lieutenant Colonel of KGB said he was on a mission to reclaim a semblance of the Russian empire that was lost after the fall of the Soviet Union following the end of the Cold War.⁣

Ukraine’s Western supporters said they had already sent out a strong message with the first batch of sanctions on Tuesday.⁣



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