Russia Ukraine War: Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit two former Soviet states in Central Asia this week. Russian state television reported on Sunday. This will be the Russian leader’s first known foreign trip since ordering an attack on Ukraine. Pavel Zarubin, the Kremlin correspondent for Rossiya 1 State Television Station, said that Vladimir Putin will visit Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, and then Indonesian President Joko Widodo for talks in Moscow. Joko Widodo).
“In Dushanbe, Putin will meet with Tajik President Emomali Rakhmon, a close Russian ally and the longest-serving ruler of a former Soviet state,” Zarubin said. In Ashgabat, he will attend a summit of Caspian countries, including leaders from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Iran and Turkmenistan.
Last time Putin visited Beijing
Putin’s last known visit outside Russia was a visit to Beijing in early February. In Beijing, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping unveiled a “no boundaries” friendship pact hours before they attended the opening ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games.
Let us tell you that Russian forces attacked Ukraine on 24 February. Since then the war between the two countries continues in which thousands of people have died, lakhs of people have been displaced. At the same time, the US and its Western allies have imposed severe financial sanctions on Moscow.
Russia claims it attacked three Ukrainian military bases
Meanwhile, Russia claimed that its forces have attacked three military centers in northern and western Ukraine, one of which is near the border with Poland. Ukraine claimed on Sunday that Russia targeted a residential building in the capital Kyiv, injuring four people, including a child. Russia has carried out these attacks before the G-7 summit.
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