Fmr. NATO Advisor Attila Demkó Speaks on the Ukrainian War and Raises the Alarm About Europe’s Future
"Are the Germans, Hungarians, or Spaniards willing to pay 60 billion euros a year, for several years? Getting Ukraine to be a viable state after the war is a major issue"
Moldova, born after the collapse of the Soviet Union and independent since 27 August 1991, lost control of the Transnistria region the following year after a brief armed conflict with Russian-backed separatists
Putin congratulated Bennett on the occasion of Israel's 74th anniversary and said that friendly relations will continue
The Indonesian president, who said he had spoken the day before with both Zelensky and Putin, declared that he discussed the requests for arms aid by the Ukrainian leader
The figures of the Russo-Ukrainian war are stark: 3,500,000 refugees, more than 847 civilians killed, including 121 dead children, and more than 167 wounded—this is how it all started