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  1. Answer is no, Russia won’t stop at Ukraine, Russia attacked Georgia (the country not the US State) in 2008, took control of Crimea in 2014, has threatened to use military force if Finland and Sweden join or even cooperate with NATO, he’s spreading misinformation in the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

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  3. Feb 28, 2022 · According to Ukraine’s defence ministry, Russia has lost about 4300 troops and nearly 150 tanks, and both Kyiv, the capital, and Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, are still under Ukrainian control. A man walks in front of a destroyed building after a Russian missile attack in the town of Vasylkiv, near Kyiv. Picture: AFP

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  4. Answer (1 of 24): The weapons captured by Russians will be kept by them (as the USA did with Soviet weapons it acquired in the past). However most are already getting lost and reaching the black market even before reaching the battle front (and the fact that Russians destroy many shipments offer...

  5. Mar 16, 2022 · Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons that made it the 3rd most powerful nuclear nation on the planet in return for Russian promises to respect its borders in the Budapest Memorandum. Putin is a KGB leftover that wants to put the Soviet Union back together. He had zero justification for attacking Ukraine. None. R rumble_lion Well-Known Member

  6. The most likely will be “win the battles, lose the occupation”. Lots of destruction of Ukraine. Destruction of Russian economy. No matter what happens, Russia has shown it can’t be trusted in Europe and economies will dissociate. There’s no good path out. By invading, Putin has showed he has a very distorted view of the world.

  7. Apr 04, 2022 · As a result of the deal, Russia withdraw its forces from Chechnya in exchange for its capital, Grozny, being demilitarized. Indeed, it is entirely possible that Moscow could try to implement a similar exit strategy in Ukraine, although a potential agreement with Kyiv is unlikely to be signed before “ the battle for the Donbass ” is over.

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