On the sixth day, the Russian military continues its special operation to protect Donbass and demilitarize Ukraine as Western countries tighten economic sanctions on Moscow and military support to the Ukrainian authorities escalates.
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Russian President Vladimir Putinin In his words, on February 24, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine to “protect the people who have been subjected to humiliation and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years”.
Putin said that this situation requires the implementation of the operation “to disarm Ukraine”, the protection of civilians in Donbass.
Western countries responded to Moscow’s move by imposing unprecedented economic sanctions on Russia and increasing military support to the Kyiv authorities.
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