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The Latest in Russia and Ukraine News
The latest in Russia and Ukraine news has revealed a major turn of events. The Russian parliament has
overwhelmingly approved Putin’s request to use military force outside the country’s borders. Ukraine has
not responded to Russia’s request to use military force and the Russians have lost personnel in the process.
Nevertheless, there is no need to panic, the Russians are not doing anything illegal. Read on to discover
how you can make sense of this latest development.
Russian-backed actors have launched numerous disinformation
campaigns
Several Russian-backed actors have been running multiple disinformation campaigns in Ukraine in recent
weeks. The main goal of these campaigns is to turn the positive developments in Ukraine on their head, so
that they appeal to a domestic audience. For example, a former Ukrainian MP, Oleg Tsarev, has asked the
Russian military to bomb a railway in Ukraine so that Ukrainian grain can no longer be exported. During
this war, Russia has been capturing Ukrainian grain, and it will continue to do so. Russian propaganda has
successfully skewed positive developments in Ukraine for a domestic audience. Moreover, it is spreading
the narrative voiced by Russian president Vladimir Putin, which suggests that a terrorist group with ties to
the SBU had attempted to assassinate Vladimir Soloviov.
One recent example of this is a video that was shared within 24 countries, including Afghanistan. Similar
videos were also shared among various social media platforms. Similar campaigns have been launched
before, including the COVID-19 public health crisis, which spread from country to country. In addition to
social media, Russian-backed actors have also used state-run media to discredit rivals and discredit their
opponents. But unlike a typical campaign, disinformation campaigns in Ukraine are largely unreported.
Throughout the conflict in Ukraine, Russian-backed actors have used their online propaganda to promote
their cause. As a result, the Ukrainian government has introduced sanctions against bloggers and media
outlets. While Tkachov tries to justify the sanctions against media outlets, it is clear that Russian-backed
actors have been promoting anti-Western propaganda in Ukraine. Infowatch has compiled a list of these
Russian-backed actors and the disinformation they are promoting.
Russian parliament approves Putin’s request to use military force
outside of country’s borders
A Russian parliament approved a move to deploy its troops to the separatist regions of eastern Ukraine,
raising fears of further military action. The upper house voted in favor of Putin’s request to use military
force, assuming the troops would act as peacekeeping forces. Putin has denied all accusations that he is
waging a war in Ukraine. The move could pave the way for a larger invasion.
President Vladimir Putin sent the request to Russia’s parliament, which quickly rubber-stamped it. Putin
now has the authority to use military force in the self-proclaimed republics, as long as he lays out three
conditions. These include recognizing the independence of the DNR and LNR, and engaging in
humanitarian missions in the rebel territories. But he also has the ability to launch attacks on targets
anywhere in Ukraine.
The move comes a day after the Russian government told the US that it was not planning to send troops to
the east of Ukraine. However, the United States and other NATO members are pushing to expand their
military alliance. The United States has backed pro-Western leaders in Kyiv. Putin’s military deployment
in Syria is now official. The Russian military has been fighting the Ukrainian army for more than a year,
and Putin’s order enables the Russian army to use it in that conflict.

Russian forces suffered personnel losses
According to an official investigation, Russian forces suffered personnel losses in Ukraine. The losses
were estimated at 2,000 to 4,000 Russian troops. Other destroyed equipment is not yet included in these
figures. These figures are conservative estimates, and they may be wrong. The numbers may be far lower
than the true figures. But they still represent a significant figure. Russia has a long history of fighting wars
in the former Soviet Union, and its experience with Ukraine will only increase the losses.
The main area where the Russian military is currently operating in Ukraine is in the Pechenga valley,
close to the borders with Finland and Norway. The Barents Observer has been tracking the casualties
since Putin’s invasion. Several sources have hinted at heavy losses during the first week. One
unconfirmed post claims that 300 servicemen were killed in fighting. Videos posted on social media
showed a Russian military unit transporting tanks near the Ukrainian border. The soldiers were then
instructed to participate in a military exercise.
While the Russian forces have been able to enter the conflict in eastern Ukraine, their logistical systems
have failed to support them effectively. Russian soldiers have complained about lack of materiel and have
been reported looting stores for food. This behavior is likely a result of self-preservation, but it’s clear that
without resupplied troops, no new offensive will succeed. And if they cannot get enough munitions, their
plans to shell Ukrainian cities will be doomed to failure.
Russians retreated
The Russians retreated from Kharkiv, the second-largest city in Ukraine, as their military continues to
bombard the region. The move comes as the Ukrainian army continues to push towards the Russian
border. The advances risk the symbolic embarrassment of expelling Russian forces and cutting off their
supply lines to Ukraine and further south in the Donbas region. But what should Kiev do? Here are three
things to watch.
The first thing to watch is the progress of the Ukrainian military. They are battling Russian forces in the
eastern part of the country. On Saturday, Ukrainian forces repelled at least six attacks by the Russians in
the area of Donbas. Now, the Russians are concentrating their attention on the area, where they have
failed to take Kiev. The Russians are also not having much luck in the battle for Donbas. Ukrainian
Special Forces Battalion Commander Ihor Lapin told CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata that
Ukrainian troops are struggling to match Russia’s firepower. In addition, the Ukrainian troops urgently
need more high-caliber ammunition. The Russians have launched at least 1500 mortars on the same
position and have been putting Ukrainian troops to the test.
The main goal of the Ukrainian army is to hold the border until the fighting is over. At the same time, the
Russians should avoid creating a new crisis in Ukraine. The Russians should have thought about how to
contain the situation in the eastern part of Ukraine. After all, Ukraine is one of the largest nations in the
world. It should be a defining moment in the history of the Cold War. In the meantime, the Ukrainian
army must focus on the Azov Regiment.
Russians will finance reconstruction of territories in Ukraine
The EU and Russia are continuing to coordinate their response to the Ukrainian crisis, despite recent
military deployments by Russia. As part of its response to the invasion, Ukraine and the EU are linking
their electricity systems to provide emergency power in the event of military attacks or other calamities.
Ukraine and Russia agreed to link their electricity systems in April so that they can provide power to one
another in an emergency. But the country is unable to export power to the EU without upgrading its grid.
During the war, many countries and international institutions have failed to provide aid to the Ukrainians.
But now, the EU executive arm is taking the initiative to jumpstart plans to replace Russian energy with
more efficient energy sources and faster deployment of renewable power. Ukraine is a key partner and the

European Union and Russians should work together to support its recovery. The EU and Russians will
finance reconstruction of territories in Ukraine
In order to prevent a collapse, Russia must make concessions to the Ukrainian economy. Having
Ukraine’s foreign debts placed on its balance sheet would encourage Moscow to agree to concessions.
Then, the West should develop a Marshall Plan to finance the reconstruction of Ukraine’s territories.
However, this plan is unlikely to come into being immediately. The West should focus on strengthening
Ukraine’s economy while making Russia pay for its crimes against Ukraine.
EU looking into ways to use frozen assets of Russian oligarchs to
fund reconstruction
The European Union is exploring ways to use the frozen assets of Russian oligarchs as a way to fund
reconstruction in Ukraine. The EU is planning to give Ukraine a EUR9 billion loan that it hopes will keep
Kyiv afloat while defending itself from Russian forces. The money will be used to support reforms
Ukraine needs to become a member state of the EU, including rule of law, economic and political
reforms, and tackling corruption.
The European Union is also focusing on Russian oil and gas to cut its dependence on Moscow. Europe
currently purchases more than 40 percent of its natural gas and imports nearly twenty-seven per cent of its
oil from Moscow. It pays Moscow over EUR400 billion a year for this energy. As a result of rising energy
prices, many businesses in Europe are facing financial strains. The EU has outlined a plan to cut its
dependence on Russia’s oil and gas by two-thirds by the end of this year. By 2030, the EU aims to cut off
all energy ties with Moscow.
European governments are also considering how to use the frozen assets of Russian oligarchs as funding
for reconstruction in Ukraine. The US is also looking at the possibility of enacting financial regulation
limiting the ability of Russian oligarchs to hide their assets in offshore accounts. Additionally, the EU
could also pursue money-laundering investigations, which would identify additional frozen assets.

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