Vladimir Putin Wishes You A ‘Happy New Year’ From Russia And Ukraine With Love

Russia’s 10,000 soldiers appear to be going back to their home bases. After finishing up an extended drill and training session in the southern region near Ukraine, it is time for Vlad to call his troops. Is this the end of his treat or strategic repositioning?

Maybe Putin is giving his soldiers a break. Russia’s Southern Military District had conducted exercises in 10 areas near Ukraine, including Rostov and Crimea. Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. But this withdrawal might be a ruse from the Russkis.

Russia has continued to support military units on Ukraine’s northern border. And that may be the sight of an incursion that could take over the rest of the Eastern European nation. Russia’s Western and Central Military Districts remain active and on-call. Russia can, in any case, attack Ukraine without prior warning following troop deployment and movements in November.

In 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, and Chief of the General Staff of Russian Armed Forces Valery Gerasimov checked out the Donguz Center and reviewed military activities in the Orenburg Region of Russia near the Ukrainian border.

Russia continues to make demands and conditions. NATO and Russia expect to begin negotiation on January 12, 2022, to resolve the Ukraine issue. When negotiating, the Kremlin has stated that the security requires Russia to block any further NATO development in Ukraine. Putin wants to push back against any NATO military presence in the Baltic region. The focal point of Eastern European states which joined Western European nations beginning around 1999 was within this sphere of Russian influence.

Putin seems to be highly persistent in his pursuit of influence over Ukraine. According to his statements and actions, it appears that previous Soviet republics of Ukraine and Georgia will not be allowed to join the Atlantic partnership. Vladimir Putin has rejected NATO and barred any western nation from sending NATO resources to any Eastern European country that joined NATO, such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, or North Macedonia.

Putin likes to boast, make threats, and rattle his sabers. Ukraine is threatened, and Russia intends to pursue a course of action that will eventually acquire the country that was once the breadbasket of Europe. Among a portion of the nations in the area, including Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, many people are concerned about the ramifications of a conflict. People in the area would be obliterated if a new military struggle occurred in the Balkans. Major General Vladimir Archakov, the Belarusian Security Council Vice President, has cautioned that it would be better for the other counties if NATO allowed Russia to kill many Ukrainians.

Russian government officials using their media apparatchiks stated that Ukraine, not Russia, will begin the conflict. If Ukraine assaults Russian forces in 2022, these hostile actions will be perceived as revenge for the annexation of Crimea. It is typical of Communist propaganda and projection. By using disinformation to put your enemy on the defensive dishonestly, it can profess to have been assaulted and then unveil a massive fake retaliatory counterattack.