Russian President Vladimir Putin has said military action in Ukraine will continue.
I’m sure we haven’t lost anything and won’t lose anything, says Vladimir Putin
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for several months.
Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that Moscow would continue its military action in Ukraine until its goals are achieved. He also ridiculed Western efforts to isolate Russia through sanctions. Putin told the Economic Forum’s annual meeting in the Far Eastern port city of Vladivostok that the main goal was to protect civilians in that country’s eastern region after eight years of fighting to send troops to Ukraine. . “We are not the ones who started the military action, we are trying to end it,” he said.
He backed up his argument that he sent troops to Ukraine to defend Russian-backed breakaway regions that fought Ukrainian forces in the conflict that erupted after Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. Putin said said: “The goal of all our actions is to help people living in the Donbass, it is our duty and we will achieve this goal.” Putin said Russia has faced sanctions from Western countries. “Russia responded to the economic, financial and technological attack from the West,” he said.
He said: “I am convinced that we have lost nothing and will not lose anything. The most positive thing is that our sovereignty has further strengthened. He said that Russia will continue to defend its sovereignty in the face of to any misadventure of the United States and its allies to maintain its world domination.
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FIRST POST: September 07, 2022, 4:52 p.m. HST