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Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian military to assault Ukraine and occupy the nation, despite warnings from world leaders that it might “ignite Europe’s largest war since 1945.” We’d want to hear from people who live and work in Ukraine’s neighbouring nations about their perspectives on the situation.

In response to worries of Russian aggression in the area, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergi called for a greater military defence of the Baltic republics and Poland on Saturday.

Despite a persistent UN-led and worldwide diplomatic campaign to avoid military action in Ukraine, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin went ahead and did so, prompting a torrent of comments, starting with the UN chief, who condemned the decision and called for peace.

“In their international dealings, all Members should refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other way inconsistent with the United Nations’ Purposes,” he stated, referencing the Charter.

Toll of War

As the number of casualties rises and pictures of dread, grief, and horror spread across Ukraine, the senior UN official emphasised that “people — ordinary innocent people – always pay the ultimate price.”

As a result, the United Nations is stepping up its humanitarian efforts in and around Ukraine.

“Today, I am announcing that we will immediately appropriate $20 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund to fulfil urgent requirements,” he said, adding that the UN and its humanitarian partners are “committed to staying and delivering” to help people in Ukraine in their time of need.