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Ukraine.- Russia’s attacks on Ukraine do not end while tensions grow due to the bombing carried out by Russian troops on a military training camp about 25 kilometers from the border with Poland, who is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

The recent military confrontations of Russia in Western Ukraine they have increased uncertainty that the conflict could escalate to a global scale because it has raised the risk that a Russian missile could spin out of control and hit NATO territory.

This recent attack by the Russian Army was carried out early Sunday morning in western Ukraine on a military base near the Polish border. At least 30 missiles were fired leaving some 35 dead and more than 130 wounded.

It should be remembered that the Ukrainian president himself, Volodymyr Zlensky has warned that it is matter of time before Russian missiles fall on NATO member countries. While the United States assured that if Moscow attacks beyond Ukraine, it will respond with “full force”.

This was mentioned by the national security adviser of the White HouseJake Sullivan who stated that President Joe Biden was clear in stating that “He will work with our allies to defend every inch of NATO territory, and that means every inch.”

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Although the president Vladimir Putin has pointed out that this attack on the western region of Ukraine was aimed at foreign mercenaries, international media believe that this attack is closely related to his last statement, since it occurred a day after Russia warned that it would consider any shipment a legitimate target of foreign arms destined for Ukraine.


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