Russian-Ukrainian war

Today marks one year since the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian war. However, it is mentioned that the United Nations has strongly condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Also, in the United Nations General Assembly, it has been proposed to withdraw Russian troops from Ukraine and stop the fighting.

It is stated that this resolution has received the support of 141 countries and 32 countries have abstained from voting.

China, India, Iran and South Africa are among the countries that abstained from voting.

7 countries including Russia have voted against. This was the largest European invasion since the end of World War II, and the war began on February 24, 2022.

The number of soldiers that President Vladimir Putin initially sent to Ukraine was 200,000. Media reported that at least 7,199 civilians have been killed and thousands more injured in the war so far.


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