Will Ukraine Surrender? When Russia will stop War?

Will Ukraine Surrender?: Since the war between Russia and Ukraine has started, many countries passed various statements about supporting Ukraine and boycotting Russia for ruining Ukraine’s citizen’s lives but one of the main questions which are now on everyone’s mind is will Ukraine surrender in front of Russia or keep fighting against them. In one of the videos, the Ukraine President states that they are not going to surrender against Russia no matter what happens. To know more about whether Ukraine will surrender or not stick to this website.

Will Ukraine Surrender?

As the war between Russia and Ukraine has entered its 15th day, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that they have tried many times to scare them through different modes but now the limit has been crossed and his army is not going to leave any stone unturned to save his country and the countrymen. Zelensky also advised the citizens not to panic and move towards the safety bunker located in their area. To get Russia Ukraine war update, go through the sections explained below.

Will Ukraine Surrender

Ukraine’s Financial & Military Loss

Even after entering the 02nd week of the war, both countries are still fighting against each other with full dedication and energy. It’s not an easy task for Ukraine to compete against Russia which is one of the strongest countries in the world in the matter of financial, armors & security but still, Ukraine is competing to prove themselves that they are not going to kneel down against Russian army and will fight till their last breath. As per the sources, the estimated breakdown of the total number of deaths in Ukraine since 24th Feb 2022 is:

  • Ukrainian Civilians: Over 2,000 (according to Ukrainian emergency services).
  • Ukrainian troops: 2,870 (according to Russia).
  • Russian troops: Over 9,000 (according to the Ukrainian president).
  • Russian troops: 498 (according to Russia).

Russia’s Demands to stop war

The Russian President Vladimir Putin has put on some demands on the basis of which they might think to put an end to the conflict with Ukraine and those demands are:

  • The 1st demand include the ban on Ukraine for becoming the member of NATO and a limit to the deployment of troops and weapons to NATO’s eastern flank.
  • President Putin wants a guarantee from Ukraine that it will not enter the US-led NATO.
  • Russia has also demanded that NATO rule out further expansion which includes the accession of Ukraine into the alliance and that it does not hold drills without previous agreement from Russia in Ukraine.

Reactions on Russia and Ukraine War

The United Nations Organization (UNO) and National Alliance Treaty Organization (NATO) didn’t support the Russian decision of starting the war. The members of both organizations felt that the matter should’ve been solved by talking with each other and resolving the issues instead of war. The countries that supported Russia and Ukraine with their respective legitimate reasons. As per the sources, the list of countries that are accepting refugees so far are:

Country Name Refugees
Hungary 191,000
Slovakia 141,000
Moldova 83,000
Russia 99,300

On the other hand, the Indian Embassy has successfully deployed all the Indian citizens back to India in collaboration with Indian Air Force & Air India airlines.

India’s response to Russia-Ukraine War

The relationship between Russia and Ukraine is considered to be one of the strongest relations across the world whether in terms of finance, military, or many more. In a conversation with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tried to convince him that the violence is not going to solve the issue but it will give birth to new tension and also stated that they didn’t support Russia’s decision in attacking the country.

Will Ukraine Surrender? When Russia will stop War?: Conclusion

We just pray that this tense war soon comes to an end and everything gets normal. Stay connected with our website to get more details about the Ukraine-Russia War 2022.

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