Day 719 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

Day 719 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

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Here is a short news report on the situation in Ukraine.
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1.
The recent speech by former President Trump was notable for his statement that he would not oppose Russia attacking a NATO member,
but on the contrary would recommend that Russia attack it,
and then he also said something about financial support for Ukraine.
Candidate Trump,
who is virtually alone in the race for the Republican nomination,
said at a campaign rally in South Carolina that he opposed a funding bill for Ukraine and that “I will settle the war.
He also responded that he would “tell Russia to do whatever they want” to countries that do not spend enough on defense.
In response,
White House Press Secretary Bates said that this was “appalling and unfounded” and that “encouraging aggression by a murderous regime poses a direct threat to U.S.
security.
Second.
The New York Times compiled an assessment of the war situation in Ukraine by Western and U.S.
officials.
It warned that without U.S.
support,
Ukraine will find it difficult to mount a localized counterattack by next month,
that it will be unable to repel a Russian attack by early summer,
and that a “chain reaction collapse” could occur later this year.
Third.
The German newspaper Welt meanwhile predicted that the German government’s worst-case scenario for the collapse of Ukraine would be 10 million refugees,
most of them in Western Europe,
especially Germany,
and a German Interior Ministry official interviewed said,
“I don’t want to predict more than that.
Ukraine’s population is roughly 50 million,
but according to the UN refugee agency,
6 million people have already fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion of Kyiv,
and millions more have taken refuge in the relative safety of the country.
Kiesewetter,
a German CDU politician and expert on refugee issues,
said,
“If we,
the EU,
are not able to significantly increase our support for Ukraine,
the war will spread to NATO and we will not have 10 million refugees.