A very good morning to one and all present here. Today, I will give a short speech on the ‘Russian-Ukraine War’ topic.
The whole Russian-Ukraine War is a long-drawn-out complicated issue that impacted several nations and was the talk of the world. At the grass root level, the predominant reason behind the issue is the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and the seizure of territory in eastern Ukraine by pro-Russia separatists.
Relations between the two countries, in fact, had become hostile ever after the 2014 Ukrainian revolution. Presently on the morning of 24 February 2022, the conflict arose when Russian president Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” seeking the “demilitarisation” and “denazification” of Ukraine, the result of which was severe bloodshed and a refugee crisis.
Again, this has also created a great deal of geopolitical turbulence and a host of problems in the global economy. Prices for energy and agricultural products had risen. Instability in the global economy also had different effects on different regions.