Russian president Vladimir Putin on Wednesday (23/2/2022) declare war with Ukraine, according to a report from the New York Post. Putin claims Russia is conducting military operations specific to verisimilitude Ukraine.
Shortly after Putin's speech on television that aired before 6 a.m. local time, the sound of an explosion sounded in Kramatorsk, Ukraine, followed by the report of the sound of an explosion or artillery fire in Kharkiv, Odessa, Mariupol, and the capital city of Kiev, all major cities in Ukraine.
Read also: Putin Ordered the Military Operation of Russia in Ukraine Putin said, Russia does not intend to occupy Ukraine and blame the government of the neighboring country over the potential bloodshed. He threatened countries that try to interfere with his actions will face the consequences of which have not yet seen.
In his speech Putin spoke to the Ukrainian forces, urging them to lay down arms. The president of the United States Joe Biden then released a statement shortly after the military action began, with call of aggression as an attack unwarranted and can not be justified by the Russians. "Putin has chosen war planned that will take casualties and human suffering," he said on Wednesday (23/2/2022) night.
“The Russians themselves responsible for the death and destruction inflicted by this attack, and the United States and its allies and partners will be responded to by way of a unified and resolute. The world will demand accountability Russia.”
Russia alone is responsible for the death and destruction this attack will bring, and the United States and its Allies and partners will respond in a united and decisive way. The world will hold Russia accountable. — President Biden (@POTUS) February 24, 2022 Biden said, he will monitor the situation from the White house on Wednesday night and plans to meet with the partners of the G7 on Monday (24/2/2022) morning, to announce further sanctions from the U.S. and its allies for the attack of Russian into Ukrainian.