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Ukraine Invasion: Russia hasn’t Started Yet – Putin Threatens

Despite economic and political sanctions, logistics, and dwindling reserve, President Putin said that Ukraine and the West ‘has not seen anything yet’.

 

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Newsonline reports that the Russian president Vladimir Putin said since the West wants to fight their country along with Ukraine until the last, Russia is prepared as they have seen nothing yet.

Putin said, “the West wants to fight with us until the last Ukrainian,” adding that “everything is coming to that.”

 

According to a July 7 report by the Russian state-controlled RIA Novosti news site, Putin also said that Russia does not refuse to hold peace talks, “but those who refuse should know that the further, the more difficult it will be for them to agree with us.”

 

Also, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, has condemned what it described as Russia using an international space station for broadcasting propaganda.

 

NASA condemned Russian space agency Roscosmos for publishing a photo of cosmonauts posing with flags used by Russian proxies to represent Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.

 

 

NASA said it “strongly rebukes using the International Space Station for political purposes to support its (Russia’s) war against Ukraine.”

 

Newsonline had reported that Putin invaded Ukraine in the early hours of February 24, 2022.

 

Reports claim that over 600 childer have been killed in the four months of war. About 1000 residents have also lost their homes.

 

United Nations, European Union, Africa Union, and other world bodies condemned Russia’s invasion of an independent nation, but the condemnations and sanctions seem to have less effect on Putin to change his mind.

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