Ukraine’s defense minister ‘optimistic’ war with Russia will end this year

The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has already been going on for more than 100 days and with both sides locked in an intense war, no end seems to be in sight. However, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov believes it is “possible” that the war with Russia will be over by the end of 2022. During his speech at an international security forum, Reznikov said it was possible the war could be over in less than a year given the amount of aid Ukraine receives from the rest of the world. He also issued a terrible warning to other countries if Russia is not stopped.

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“Russia continues to make efforts to occupy our entire state. It is currently impossible to predict when the war will end, but my optimistic predictions are that it will be possible to do so this year,” he said in a statement. his speech according to a report. on Sky News.

“The next step will be Poland, the Baltic countries, Slovakia and others. That’s why we have to stop Russia and contain (them) in the future,” he added, speaking of the dangers of the ongoing war.

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The southeastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk continue to be the focus of Russian military attention as Ukraine announced it had successfully recaptured parts of Severodonetsk.

Serhiy Haidai, governor of Lugansk province, said on Saturday that 30% of the city was already under Ukrainian control and that thanks to the latest counterattack against Russian forces, they have now recaptured another 20% .

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