Russia’s attack on Ukraine. What will Vladimir Putin do next? Professor Norman Davies comments
The fate of Ukraine is uncertain and it is terrible, but I have confidence that Ukraine will survive and it is Russia, if it does not fall apart, that will soon disappear from the rank of superpowers, said British-Polish historian Professor Norman Davies in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24. He also spoke of “Putin’s last desperation.”
Professor Norman Davies, a historian, referring in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 to the explosion in Przewodów, which killed two people, said that “you can’t talk about this incident as a separate incident, it’s part of a great attack Russia to Ukraine”.
“Putin’s last desperation”
– The fate of Ukraine is uncertain and it is terrible, but I trust that Ukraine will survive, and it is Russia, if it does not fall apart, that will soon disappear from the rank of superpower. This is Putin’s last desperation. People say he wants to rebuild the Soviet Union. He rebuilt it about three percent, a little in Georgiaa little in the Crimea and now he has a small piece of Ukraine (in the hands of Russia – ed.) – he continued, referring to Russia’s aggressive international policy in the post-Soviet region.
As he stated, the Russian side “everything goes wrong”. Professor Davies added that as a result of the Russian invasion, ‘the solidarity of the Ukrainian people is greatly strengthened’, especially in that part of Ukraine where Russian is the main language spoken.
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