Either Ukraine and the world stop the new Hitler now, or he will

Either Ukraine and the world stop the new Hitler now, or he will


The invasion of Ukraine ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin has put the world in suspense and revived old fears of the Cold War: we are in danger of a nuclear confrontation and a Third World War.

The last person to address the risk this weekend was US President Joe Biden: “We will not wage war against Russia in Ukraine. The direct confrontation between NATO and Russia would be the Third World War “, Biden assured in a post on his social networks.

A few days before Biden, Russian Interior Ministry adviser Anton Gherashchenko warned that the world was facing the danger of a “Third World War,” according to Elperiodico.com.

Thus, “Rockets have just been fired at military headquarters, airports, military depots, near Kyiv, Kharkov and the Dnieper (…) Either Ukraine and the world stop the new Hitler now, or it will be a Third World War,” he wrote. on his official Facebook account Anton Gherashchenko.

In addition, things get even more complicated if you listen to the words of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who warned on Wednesday that a Third World War will be nuclear and destructive.

Russia participated in the largest international human rights forum in Geneva to justify its war against Ukraine with an arsenal of arguments and turned a deaf ear to calls from the international community to stop its military operations, while the European Union and The United States has said that those responsible must be held accountable for their actions. Russia’s foreign minister has accused the Kyiv government of being “neo-Nazi” and of abusing and violating the rights of the Russian-speaking population in Ukraine since 2014, when a citizens’ movement caused the fall of then-President Viktor Yanukovych, a close ally of Moscow.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is currently backed by his US counterpart Joe Biden, who has promised him “international support”.

For his part, US President Joe Biden accused Russian leader Vladimir Putin of launching an “unprovoked and unjustified” attack on Ukraine and of betting on a “premeditated war” that would result in a “catastrophic loss of power.” lives and sufferings ”. Biden responded in a brief but emphatic statement to Putin’s announcement of the start of a military operation in eastern Ukraine.

The UN Secretary-General has called on Russia to back down and halt intervention in Ukraine

In addition, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called on Russia from the beginning of the conflict to back down and stop intervention in Ukraine, while assuring that “this war makes no sense.”

In his opinion, “This is the saddest moment of my term as Secretary-General of the United Nations,” Guterres said at the end of an emergency meeting of the Security Council, which he himself opened by urging President Putin not to launch an offensive in Ukraine.

The European Union (EU) also condemned Russia’s “unwarranted” attack on Ukraine, expressed fear for civilians and assured that it would hold the Kremlin “responsible” for it.

Thus, “We strongly condemn Russia’s unjustified attack on Ukraine,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel said in separate messages on their official Twitter accounts.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also strongly condemned Russia’s “unprovoked” attack on Ukraine, which he said threatened “countless civilian lives,” and lamented that Moscow had chosen “the path of aggression.”

Therefore, “I strongly condemn Russia’s reckless and unprovoked attack on Ukraine, which is endangering countless civilian lives,” Stoltenberg said in a statement.