who is winning the war in ukraine?

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The Russo-Ukrainian War is an ongoing international conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which began in February 2014.

In early 2014, the Euromaidan protests led to the the ousting of Ukraine’s pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovych.

Pro-Europeans came to power in Ukraine and started trying to join the European Union.
In response, Russia attacked the Ukrainian region of Crimea and annexed it to Russia in a controversial referendum.

who is winning the war in ukraine

Russia felt that Ukraine would soon join the European Union and NATO, after which its borders would become insecure. That’s why it started a military build-up on the Ukrainian border. In February 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine, announcing that it would demilitarize Ukraine.

This war started because Ukraine wanted to join the European Union and Russia did not accept the presence of a hostile force on its border. Initially, Western countries and the US gave Ukraine a lot of support and a lot of weapons but seeing the length of the war, these countries gradually retreated. The biggest supporter of Ukraine was the US, but now the US House of Representatives has rejected any kind of help to Ukraine. There are also many differences in Europe regarding aid to Ukraine, while Russia is still fighting the war with full energy and has also seized some important territories of Ukraine.

According to US and European military experts, it is difficult for Ukraine to take back its territories from Russia. Recently, there was a news that British diplomats are putting pressure on Ukraine for negotiations. According to experts, Russia will not be ready to leave the occupied territories even through negotiations. This means that the territories lost by Ukraine cannot be regained either through military operations or through negotiations.

who is winning the war in ukraine

As mentioned earlier, this war was sparked by Ukraine’s desire to join the European Union. If we look at the mood of the European Union, some EU countries currently do not want to see Ukraine in the Union. The Netherlands, Denmark and Hungary are the most opposed to Ukraine’s entry into the EU. While Germany wants to give Ukraine a conditional status.

The war-torn Ukraine will have to go through long reforms to join the EU. Even after that, if a single EU country opposes Ukraine’s accession to the EU, then it will be impossible. This means that it will be very difficult for Ukraine to achieve its goal here as well.

Recently, EU chief Josep Borrel said: “If we don’t quickly change course, if we don’t mobilize all our capabilities, this will allow Putin to win the conflict in Ukraine.”

While this will not happen. If that happens, Russia will consider it an escalation and attack Europe.For which Europe is currently not ready.

Ukraine has to join the EU. Whether Russia invades it or not. It will still join the EU sooner or later, but it has paid a huge price for it.

Maybe Ukraine will consider it as its victory, but in real war…… Ukraine is losing.

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  1. The Russo-Ukrainian War is a proxy war the US expressly instigated to “weaken” Russia which began in February 2014 when Ukraine’s democratically-elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, was ousted in a CIA-backed coup.

    The US hand-picked the far-right nationalists who took power in Kiev and began a campaign of repression and terror against the ethnic Russians living in Donetsk and Lugansk.

    In response, Crimea – part of Russia for centuries before it was decreed to Ukraine by the USSR in the 1950’s – overwhelmingly approved a referendum to rejoin Russia.

    The US had previously announced that Ukraine would soon join NATO and threaten Russia’s security, and the Kiev regime flagrantly violated the Minsk Agreements it had signed according autonomy to the ethnic Russians of Donetsk and Lugansk in eastern Ukraine. The OSCE documented over 14000 civilian deaths from Ukrainian artillery attacks on its own eastern provinces in the 8 years leading-up to the Russian invasion.

    As mentioned earlier, this war was provoked by the West’s desire to weaken and eventually break apart Russia. Russia has made clear it doesn’t care whether or not Ukraine joins the EU, but Russia will never allow Ukraine to join a hostile military alliance.

    Not only Ukraine, but all of Western Europe has paid a huge price for a war the US/NATO instigated but cannot win.

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