– US State Department recalls family members of embassy staff: Biden deep in controversy
Miami (Florida): Tension has increased over the deployment of Russian troops on the Ukrainian border. The US State Department has repatriated the families of embassy staff in Ukraine. America took this step on Sunday. In this regard, why is the United States involved in this dispute? Showing the reason for this.
Indeed, Ukraine was declared an independent nation 70 years after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. However, since then it has been plagued by corruption and internal strife. In addition, Western Ukraine favors proximity to Western Europe. While the people of Eastern Ukraine insist on maintaining strong ties with Russia. However, in 2016 violent protests broke out outside the office of then-Ukrainian President Viktor Zhankovic, who insisted on maintaining close ties with Russia. This ‘demonstration activity’ was later named ‘Revolution for Dignity’. At that time, Russia forcibly occupied the Crimean peninsula. At that time the situation in Ukraine was very bad. Ukraine had neither a stable government nor a full army. After this Putin started attacks on the eastern Dan-bass area. Fighting also broke out between the people of eastern Ukraine and the army in the area, in which more than 15,000 people died. However, Russia has denied any involvement in the incident.
Naturally, Russia’s intention to annex Crimea on the one hand and the whole of Ukraine on the other provoked supporters of an independent Ukraine in Western Europe. The Ukrainian government has reiterated that it will not apply to join the European Union in 2024, but has also stated its desire to join NATO. Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky, who came to power in 2014, has launched a campaign to crack down on corruption, improve the economy and bring peace to the region. In 2021, 51% of Ukraine’s people viewed Putin negatively.
Actually, Putin wants to use military force to punish Ukraine. He knows the West very well. Its leaders prefer to join Russian companies after retirement. Therefore, the US keeps a ‘soft-corner’ towards Russia, despite Putin’s interference in US elections. The same is the case with western countries.
Russia violated the 18th Treaty by supporting the annexation of Crimea and the conflict in Dallas. The Budapest Agreement for the security of Ukraine was signed between the US, Britain and Russia. In this all were committed to upholding the sovereignty of Ukraine. But in return, Russia demanded that Ukraine give up its nuclear weapons. He also sent troops to Belarus for help. However, the United States has done nothing but impose political or economic sanctions on Russia. Because even the military action of the Kremlin would endanger the security and stability of the whole of Europe.