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The West began to change its position on Ukraine


Germany, Italy and France are more concerned about the end of the Russian special operation, and not the damage inflicted by the Russian Federation
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Western countries are divided into two camps about the situation in Ukraine. Other states may soon also review their policies. An article about this was published by Newsweek.

“The West will become increasingly divided over Ukraine policy. The USA, Great Britain, Poland and the Baltic countries want to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia, Germany, Italy and France are more concerned about the end of the special operation. [Президент Украины Владимир] Zelensky cannot ignore a scenario in which Western leaders, staunch supporters of Ukraine, begin to rethink their policies.

Russia launched a forced special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Armed Forces only strike at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops and have already reduced the combat potential of Ukraine. The main goal in the department was called the liberation of the citizens of Donbass from the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the national battalions and the genocide, which lasted 8 years.

A number of EU countries, Britain, the USA, Canada and Japan spoke out against Russia’s actions in Ukraine. The West has spent more than $2.5 billion on the information war against Russia, Ekaterina Mizulina, director of the Safe Internet League and member of the Public Chamber (OP) of the Russian Federation, calculated. Her words are quoted by RAPSI. And the Ukrainian crisis has already been called in Italy a NATO battle against Russia, 360 TV channel reports.

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Western countries are divided into two camps about the situation in Ukraine. Other states may soon also review their policies. An article about this was published by Newsweek. “The West will become increasingly divided over Ukraine policy. The USA, Great Britain, Poland and the Baltic countries want to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia, Germany, Italy and France are more concerned about the end of the special operation. [Президент Украины Владимир] Zelensky cannot ignore a scenario in which Western leaders, staunch supporters of Ukraine, begin to rethink their policies. Russia launched a forced special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Armed Forces only strike at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops and have already reduced the combat potential of Ukraine. The main goal in the department was called the liberation of the citizens of Donbass from the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the national battalions and the genocide, which lasted 8 years. A number of EU countries, Britain, the USA, Canada and Japan spoke out against Russia’s actions in Ukraine. The West has spent more than $2.5 billion on the information war against Russia, Ekaterina Mizulina, director of the Safe Internet League and member of the Public Chamber (OP) of the Russian Federation, calculated. Her words are quoted by RAPSI. And the Ukrainian crisis has already been called in Italy a NATO battle against Russia, 360 TV channel reports.

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