Ukraine's bitter resistance; The role of military withdrawal in negotiations with Russia




Russia, which has sent troops into Ukraine with direct threats to the United States and the West, is facing stiff resistance. Russia has not been able to win a major victory in five days, with Ukrainian citizens taking to the streets shoulder to shoulder with its troops in the war called by Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing disarmament.



Russia, which has sent troops into Ukraine with direct threats to the United States and the West, is facing stiff resistance. Russia has not been able to win a major victory in five days, with Ukrainian citizens taking to the streets shoulder to shoulder with its troops in the war called by Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing disarmament. At the same time, in the first round of talks on Monday, Ukraine insisted on a full arms embargo. On the other hand, the influx of armed aid by the United States and European countries has also boosted Ukraine's morale.




Ukraine and Russia open churches in Belarus on Monday. The meeting was attended by the Minister of Defense and other senior officials from Ukraine. Putin, in turn, urged his cultural advisers to negotiate with Russia, which initially ruled out any possibility.

Ukraine has demanded that Russia withdraw its troops from its territory and call for a full arms embargo. However, due to the lack of response from Russia as expected, nothing came out of this round. It was said that a second round of talks would be held between the two countries soon. The same points of discussion have been underlined and discussed in depth. The two countries will reach an agreement on these issues, "the Russian government's Sputnik news agency reported. Advisers to the President of Ukraine's Office also said that "the issues of primary priority have been discussed and more concrete consensus is expected in the second round of talks."




On the one hand, Russian troops are still laying siege to Ukrainian cities, just as the talks began. However, they have received a backlash from Ukrainian forces, and attempts to seize control of major Ukrainian cities have not been successful. Ukraine's military has been able to hold off Russian troops far from the capital, Kiev, and the major cities of Kharkiv. At the same time, Russia is facing an even tougher challenge as the United States and European countries move to help Ukraine militarily.



On the other hand, efforts to isolate Russia on the political and economic fronts have gained momentum. Russia's currency, the ruble, fell from 84 to 105 rubles a dollar on Monday as Russian banks were excluded from the Swift service. Russia is also feeling the effects of the war, with queues at ATMs in major Russian cities such as Moscow.

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