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Conflict in Ukraine: If Vladimir Putin is not Defeated Then The War is Far from Over, He will Not Stop – Official to EU/West (See Full Speech)

As the world commemorated the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in late February, a mounting sense of gloom pervaded international discussions.

French President Emmanuel Macron recently sounded the alarm, stating that Russia could potentially attack NATO member states “in the next few years.” He even raised the possibility of sending Western troops to Ukraine.

However, some remain skeptical, believing that a victorious Putin would limit his ambitions to Ukraine alone. They argue that the Russian dictator faces significant challenges during the current invasion and that any attack on the NATO alliance would be military suicide.

Yet, this perspective fails to grasp the true nature of Russia’s invasion and the motivations behind it. When Putin launched the invasion in February 2022, he initially framed it as a defensive response to “Ukrainian Nazis” and NATO expansion. However, as the conflict unfolded, it became clear that the Kremlin was pursuing an old-fashioned colonial war of imperial expansion.

Putin himself drew historical parallels, comparing his actions to the eighteenth-century imperial conquests of Russian Czar Peter the Great. He declared the annexation of four Ukrainian provinces as “historically Russian lands” and even asserted that “no Ukraine ever existed in the history of mankind.” Orders were issued to erase all traces of Ukrainian national identity from areas under Kremlin control.

In a recent interview with American media personality Tucker Carlson, Putin eschewed contemporary geopolitics and embarked on a half-hour history lecture. Rather than justifying the invasion based on present circumstances, he emphasized Ukraine’s historical ties to Russia, positioning it as a legitimate target.

The conflict in Ukraine is far from over, and Putin’s determination remains unwavering. As the world watches, the question remains: Will the mounting sense of gloom give way to a decisive defeat of Putin’s imperial ambitions, or will the grinding war of attrition continue indefinitely? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: Putin won’t stop until he is finally defeated¹.


Russian Forces Attack Ukraine As Multiple Explosions Hits Sumy Oblast with aerial bombs
Russian Forces Attack Ukraine As Multiple Explosions Hits Sumy Oblast with aerial bombs



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