Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Russia’s nuclear drills and dangerous war situation— who is responsible for the situation?

Stopping the Russia-Ukraine war requires international consensus, as no one can escape responsibility for the situation with Russia's use of nuclear weapons.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened to use nuclear weapons in the Ukraine conflict. Russia is going to conduct a large-scale nuclear weapons exercise this month. This will make it a challenge for the United States and its allies to verify the reality of Russian exercises and nuclear weapons. Russia launched a major offensive across Ukraine after the explosion on the bridge connecting Russia with Crimea. About 100 missiles have hit major cities, including Kiev, in the past two days. Most of the missiles have been launched targeting the important infrastructures of Ukraine. As a result, many areas were left without electricity. Water supply and home heating were disrupted (BBC). 

Russian President Vladimir Putin must return to the negotiating table for peace in Ukraine. French President Emmanuel Macron said this on Wednesday. He also told broadcaster France Two that Putin must stop the war first. Ukraine’s territorial integrity must be respected. Then come back to the discussion table. He also mentioned that he wanted to avoid world war.

Vladimir Putin has no regrets about the war

The exact cost of the war in Ukraine is not yet available. The World Health Organization says more than 600 attacks have targeted health infrastructure in Ukraine. However, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had no regrets about the attack.

“I have no regrets,” Putin said at a press conference in Kazakhstan on Friday. I want to make it clear, what is happening there now, it is unpleasant.’ He also commented that the operation carried out in Ukraine was carried out correctly and on time.

Concerns have been raised over the nuclear drills, although Russia usually holds large-scale drills at this time of year. US and Western officials are monitoring the situation. Reuters reported that Western officials believe that this year’s exercise will include the test launch of ballistic missiles. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference in Brussels that the NATO alliance will closely monitor Russia’s annual nuclear drills, as it has done for decades.

Analysts told the BBC about what strategy Russia is taking in the Ukraine war, such a large-scale attack across Ukraine has not been seen in the last few months. When Russia first launched its attack on Ukraine in February last year, it did so in areas around Kiev. But after Russia was forced to withdraw its troops from Kyiv, Russia mainly concentrated on holding the eastern territories. But after the explosion on the bridge connecting Crimea with Russia, Russia resumed the attack. Istanbul-based military expert professor Murat Aslan does not think that Russia will launch a large-scale attack on Ukraine like last year if it launches missiles or air strikes.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that there is no need to carry out any major attacks in Ukraine in the ongoing war. Therefore, Russia will not launch any major attack on Ukraine from now on. Putin made the comments days after a series of missile attacks across Ukraine. BBC news.

However, Putin does not regret the attack on Ukraine. In the press conference, he said, ‘I have no regrets. I want to make it clear, what is happening there now, it is unpleasant.’ He also commented that the operation conducted in Ukraine was conducted correctly and on time.

At the same time (02 October 22) Dr. In Delwar’s article “Bangladesh’s urge to build a peaceful world” wrote a review of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s 19th speech at the 77th General Session of the United Nations… Regarding the Prime Minister’s concern about the situation, the author said that the Prime Minister stressed on a peaceful world as opposed to war in the United Nations. He unequivocally told the world that socio-economic development is not possible without ensuring peace and stability. Hostile approaches like war or economic sanctions, counter-sanctions can never bring prosperity to any nation. The horrors of war, the sufferings and sufferings of people in the conflict are indescribable. We hope that the world community will understand the urge for a peaceful world for the next generation and the desire to stop war and arms race. Needless to say, He directly criticized Western sanctions. He did not forget to mention that women and children are also suffering while punishing a country through sanctions and counter-sanctions. The Prime Minister appealed to the world conscience to end the arms race, war and embargo.

The Prime Minister emphasized a peaceful world as opposed to war at the United Nations. He unequivocally told the world that socio-economic development is not possible without ensuring peace and stability. Hostile approaches like war or economic sanctions, counter-sanctions can never bring prosperity to any nation. The horrors of war, the sufferings and sufferings of people in the conflict are indescribable. We hope that the world community will understand the urge for a peaceful world for the next generation and the desire to stop war and arms race. Needless to say, he directly criticized the Western sanctions. He did not forget to mention that women and children are also suffering while punishing a country through sanctions and counter-sanctions. The Prime Minister appealed to world conscience to stop arms race, war and embargo.

An outline of the roadmap needed for world peace was revealed in the speech of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. World leaders cannot play the role of silent spectators in the current crisis and uncertainty caused by the Russian nuclear drills. It goes without saying that instead of inciting and supporting the war between the United States and the Western world in this global crisis, it is necessary to start a mutual dialogue to resolve the crisis and dispute now. Stopping the Russia-Ukraine war requires international consensus, as no one can escape responsibility for the situation with Russia’s use of nuclear weapons.

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