Can anything stop Russia’s invasion of Ukraine? | Russia-Ukraine crisis

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From: Inside Story

Worldwide diplomatic response criticised as ‘weak’ and ‘ineffective’.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the largest menace to peace in Europe since World Warfare II.

However the worldwide response to this point has largely been restricted to sanctions and condemnation.

On the United Nations Safety Council, everlasting member Russia used its veto to dam a transfer in opposition to the invasion.

The USA and European Union are making ready sanctions immediately focusing on Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and International Minister Sergey Lavrov – on prime of measures in opposition to Russian companies and oligarchs.

Former President Dmitry Medvedev responded by saying Moscow does not likely want diplomatic ties with the West.

So can something be carried out to return to diplomacy?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Michael Bociurkiw – former spokesperson for the Group for Safety and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Natalia Pelevine – British-Russian political activist

PJ Crowley – former US assistant secretary of state

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