The day of Russia’s victory .. broad support for Kiev and a “blow” to Moscow

With Russia completing preparations on the ground to commemorate the victory over Nazi Germany in 1945, what is known locally as Victory Day, its military operations in Ukraine continue on their 75th day.

As Western, European or American sanctions come down, in exchange of broad support in Kiev, and visits by international officials in strong messages of support for Ukrainian forces in exchange of the Russian ones.

Reserve Russian precautions

On Monday, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell hinted at the possibility of Russian reserves being held overseas.

In an interview with the Financial Times, he called on EU capitals to consider holding Russia’s frozen foreign exchange reserves overseas to help rebuild Ukraine after the fighting ends.

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hard blow

This statement came after the White House announced last night that “the Group of Seven and all its members have pledged to ban the importation of Russian oil, or to phase it out.”

He also considered in a statement that this decision “will deal a severe blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s main economic artery and deprive him of the revenue he needs to finance the war.”

Great Britain too

In turn, the British government announced new trade sanctions against Russia and Belarus on Sunday night against the backdrop of the military operation on Ukrainian soil, including an export ban on Russian industry and an increase in customs duties, including which in particularly palladium.

At the European Union level, negotiations will continue “early in the week” between member states to remove obstacles to the proposed European embargo on Russian oil, which Hungary has so far blocked.

It is noteworthy that since the launch of the Russian operation on the territory of the western neighbor, the countries of the West have sided with Ukraine, supporting it with weapons, equipment and humanitarian aid, in changing the imposition of harsh sanctions on Russia that included many sectors, as well as wealthy Russians and politicians.

While Moscow maintained its position, confirming the legitimacy of this operation, which it described as “special for the liberation of the Donbass population in eastern Ukraine”.

He also constantly compared the conditions of the Second World War against the Nazis to the current conflict, describing the Ukrainian fighters as extremists and neo-Nazis.

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