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What Is Happening in Ukraine?

Beginning on February 24, russia began a full-scale war on the territory of Ukraine. The russian army began its criminal, unwarranted attack early in the morning to prevent civilians from fleeing the bombings. Ukraine’s defenders bravely hold the defense of their country and save the lives of ordinary Ukrainians from russian aggression.

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Already in March, the world saw what atrocities russia was willing to commit in order to crush the will of the Ukrainian people. Bucha, Irpen, Mariupol, and other cities became symbols of Ukraine’s fortitude and synonymous with horror. Thousands of lives were taken because of imperial ambitions. The russian leadership proved that they would stop at nothing.

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Mariupol Before

Mariupol After

Bucha Before

Bucha After

Why this is not an ordinary conflict.

Back in 2014, russia illegally occupied the peninsula of Crimea, which was and remains part of Ukrainian territory, thereby officially violating Article 2 of the 1949 Geneva Convention and entering into an act of war. Then, in 2014, it began active hostilities in eastern Ukraine. Likewise, when russia entered Ukraine with troops and artillery without provocation on February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine and initiated the war against the entire country.

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When the russian invasion of Ukraine is called a “conflict” it removes direct responsibility from russia as the aggressor and instead assigns equal responsibility to Ukraine and russia.

        How will this war affect the rest of the world?

The total share of Ukrainian and russian wheat constitutes approximately 30% of the world market. Food security of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern states depends on the scope of grain imports from Ukraine and russia.

In the first two weeks of the war, non-social sorts of bread in Egypt have increased in price by 50%, while there were almost no sunflower oil stocks left in Turkey.

The russian army continues to block key ports in Ukraine, which means that countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, etc., cannot get the supplies they need.

Thus, we can conclude that the world can expect a famine because of higher food prices. This is especially important for countries with developing economies.

How You Can Become A Hero

Everyone has definitely heard the phrase “not all heroes wear capes.” Today everyone can become a hero for Ukraine, and it is not necessary to wear a cape or spend huge sums of money to do so. Sometimes it is enough to give $5 to feed one child or $10 to save the life of a Ukrainian defender.

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Statistics show that among coffee drinkers the average consumption in the United States is 3 cups of coffee per day. Giving up one cup of coffee can really help Ukraine fight for its freedom. Becoming a hero is easier than you think.

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