The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is still raging. The war started in 2014, but recently there has been a significant escalation. The latest scenario calls for a Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022. This conflict isn’t the first between the two nations. See the list of wars between Russia and Ukraine for more information.
The Russian army has launched several offensives into Ukraine’s territory. They have made good progress in the south, where they’ve isolated Mariupol, but have faced more difficulty in the north. In the meantime, the Ukrainians have fought back and managed to hold back Russian advances near the cities of Kharkiv and Chernihiv.
As a result, the Russian Vs Ukraine war has polarized society. The divisions in society are becoming more severe and irreconcilable. While some people support the Kremlin’s actions, others support the Ukrainians’ right to self-determination. The first group insists on seeing the war through, while the second group believes it should “de-Ukrainize” the country and claim victory.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already resulted in a huge human toll. The United Nations estimates that more than 500 civilians have died in the conflict, while another 2.1 million people have migrated to neighboring countries. The fighting has also damaged the infrastructure of the country, resulting in massive damages.