It has been seven months since the Russia invaded Ukraine and since then, Ukraine has recaptured territory which was under Russian control in both southern and eastern regions.
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However Russian President Vladimir Putin refused to relent and in fact, stepped up the military offensive.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has warned about the risk of a nuclear armageddon for the first time since the Cold War.
Philipp Ackermann, German Envoy to India, believes the Russia-Ukraine conflict will not stop soon.
“It is a very difficult situation and this conflict is not going to stop soon, it will be with us for a long time,” Ackermann said.
He further added that the risk of nuclear escalation are real.
“The risk of nuclear escalation is real, but I don’t want to say that it is going to come. We have seen that President Putin is a gambler in the past couple of months, you don’t know what he has in his mind. However, with the situation deteriorating for the Russian side on the front, I would not ignore that he refers to the old threat that he has voiced a couple of times. So we are very worried right now.”
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