Russia President Vladimir Putin ( Photo Courtesy) As beleaguered Russia President Vladimir Putin stays put even as his troops continue to ravage war-torn Ukraine, the G7 group of countries have insisted that they will not allow the Russian leader to triumph. While addressing the press on Tuesday at the venue of the G7 meeting in Baravia, Germany Chancellor Olaf Scholz insisted that they will never allow the embattled Putin to win the war.
As Russia's so-called Vladimir Putin remains in power even as his military continues to ravage war-torn Ukraine, the G7 group insists it will not allow the Russian leader to win. Speaking to the press at the G7 meeting venue in Baravia on Tuesday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz insisted they would never allow a Putin to be seen as winning the war.
The G7 group maintains that it will not permit Russian President Vladimir Putin to prevail as his troops continue to wreak havoc on the war-torn Ukraine. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz emphasized to the media on Tuesday at the G7 conference in Baravia that they would not let Putin's adversary win the conflict.
Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, (Photo courtesy) The G7 group of nations has maintained that they will not allow Vladimir Putin to triumph as his troops continue to butcher the war-torn Ukrainian region. Olaf Scholz, the German chancellor, told reporters on Tuesday at the Baravia G7 meeting site that they would never allow embattled Russian President Vladimir Putin to win the fight.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany has said that Germany will provide armaments to Ukraine directly according to BBC news. Germany will contribute 1,000 anti-tank weaponry and 500 Stinger missiles, he claimed. Third countries will be allowed to supply additional armaments to Ukraine now that Berlin has lifted some limitations on German-made weapons being sent to conflict zones.
President Putin had a call with Macron and Scholz to seek solutions on how ' to end war in Ukraine'.
News about geopolitical efforts to end the conflict in Ukraine has been coming out in the last few minutes. This could be very important. In the last few weeks, Emmanuel Macron has been talking to Vladimir Putin almost every day. He and Olaf Scholz had a 75-minute phone call Thursday afternoon.
Calls to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine have been landing on deaf years as President Vladimir Putin has refused to heed to the call. This has left many world leaders with no other options but to watch as Ukrainians are being persecuted on their own land. Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Svjolz has come out to ask Putin to end the attack on Ukraine.
Following Ukraine's Thursday dawn attack by Russian troops, world leaders have come forward and condemned the heinous act. European Union President Ursula von der Leyen termed Russia's attack as barbaric and said she will put in place "massive and strategic" sanctions against Russia. "These sanctions are designed to take a heavy toll on the Kremlin's interests and their ability to finance war.
After the president of the United States of America, Joe Biden held talks with the German chancellor Olaf Scholz, they came into an agreement that if Russia invades Ukraine again, they would back up Ukraine. Russia is currently planning to send more troops to the Ukraine border for security issues.
In the early hours of today, President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Austrian President Olaf Scholz held a 75-minute talk on the phone. In the last several minutes, a representative from the French presidency has been providing some facts about the phone call.
The war between Russia and Ukraine has brought a lot of tension not only between the two countries but in the entire world. Ukraine being the weakest in terms war preparedness has received a huge boost from Germany. Germany will supply Ukraine with 1,000 anti-tank weapons and 500 Stinger surface-to-air missiles from Bundeswehr stocks so it can defend itself against Russia, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Saturday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he is ready to talk with the West on security to de- escalate tensions over Ukraine. However despite being ready for negotiation the West have to heed Russia's demands. Russian President spoke on Tuesday during a press conference with The German chancellor Olaf Scholz in the city of Moscow.
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin meets with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in Sochi last month.. (photo credit:Evgeny Biyatov/Sputnik-Kremlin via Reuters) Bennett is now headed for Germany where he is set to meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett flew to Berlin immediately after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow for three hours on Saturday, in an apparent attempt to negotiate an end to the war in Ukraine.
The UK is to impose its "largest ever" set of economic sanctions on Russia, including pushing to end Russia’s use of the Swift international payment system; freezing assets of all major Russian banks; limiting cash held by Russian nationals in UK banks; and sanctioning more than 100 individuals and entities.
The Kremlin said that President Vladimir Putin will officially recognize the self-proclaimed separatist republics in eastern Ukraine that Russia backs, escalating a confrontation with the West as the US warns Moscow of an invasion. In a phone call late Monday, Putin informed French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz of his decision to sign the decree, according to a Kremlin statement.