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Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his unlawful invasion of Ukraine almost 10 weeks in the past, leaving the world aghast as death tolls reach the thousands and cities and cities throughout the nation undergo devastation from cluster bombs and Russian forces. Leaders throughout the globe have stepped as much as condemn Russia, together with a large proportion of Europe.

In a bid to discourage the ruthless Russian President from pursuing his invasion, which was launched amid fears of Ukraine’s ambitions to hitch NATO, a variety of countries have been issuing extreme financial sanctions on Russia, in addition to numerous choices of assist for Ukraine.

Counties have been banning imports of Russian fuel and oil, in addition to a suspension of companies for Russia and its residents.

These sanctions have despatched the Russian Ruble plummeting, spurring a lot of Russia’s personal residents, together with the oligarchs, to come back ahead to denounce the invasion too.

Yet, Putin stays unwavering in his ambitions to take management of Ukraine and appears to be “prepared for prolonged conflict”, in keeping with US intelligence.

Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines stated: “We assess President Putin is preparing for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine, during which he still intends to achieve goals beyond the Donbas.”

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Donbas is an japanese area of Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists have declared “people’s republics.”

Putin has warned countries off intervening along with his invasion with threats of nuclear conflict, however this hasn’t swayed Europe from providing assist.

What countries in Europe are against Russia?

Currently, there’s an intensive listing of European countries standing against Russia.

NATO, the North (*33*) Treaty Organisation, includes 30 member states and 27 of those states are European countries.

The treaty varieties an intergovernmental army and defence alliance and as a collective, every nation condemns the invasion.

An official assertion on NATO’s web site reads: “NATO condemns within the strongest attainable phrases Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine – which is an impartial, peaceable and democratic nation, and a detailed NATO associate.

“The Alliance calls on President Putin to cease this conflict instantly, withdraw all his forces from Ukraine with out situations and interact in real diplomacy.”

The 27 European countries included in this alliance, as well as the condemnation, include Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, and of course, the UK.

But, the list of European countries against Russia is not just limited to those of NATO. Six additional states have also stood to denounce the invasion and have acted to support the sanctions imposed on the country.

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Cyprus, who is also not a member of the NATO alliance, has also acted to denounce the invasion imposing its own sanctions on Russia, which also earned it a place on the “unfriendly nations”.

Finland and Sweden are additionally two European countries to have actively denounced Russia’s invasion. And, regardless of remaining militarily impartial since World War 2, the countries are predicted to hitch NATO in a matter of days.

Only right now, Sweden and Finland signed mutual safety offers with the UK as cooperation has been deemed much more necessary” given Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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