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The Origins of Ukraine's War with Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed an order on the evening of February 21 to recognize the "Donetsk People's Republic" and "Luhansk People's Republic" in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia's decision was a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. The international community is deeply concerned about the situation in Russia and Ukraine.


September 05, 2014

After the international community brokered a ceasefire agreement between representatives of the Ukrainian government and representatives of the civil armed forces in eastern Ukraine in the Belarusian capital Minsk, but the conflict has not completely stopped since then.


December 23, 2014.

Ukraine's parliament passes a bill on the country's renunciation of its non-aligned status and decides to deepen cooperation with NATO.


February 12, 2015.

The New Minsk Agreement is signed. Since then, large-scale clashes between Ukrainian government forces and civilian forces in eastern Ukraine have been brought under control, but small-scale exchanges of fire have occurred.


February 07, 2019

The Ukrainian parliament passed constitutional amendments to include Ukraine's membership in the European Union and NATO as a basic state policy in the constitution.


December 10, 2021

The Russian Foreign Ministry issues a statement on the dialogue with the United States and other Western countries on security guarantees, asking the United States and NATO to provide legal guarantees on ruling out further eastward expansion.


January 10, 2022

From January 10-13, 2022, Russia conducts separate dialogues with the United States and NATO on security assurances, but neither achieves substantive results.


January 22, 2022

A shipment of U.S. arms aid to Ukraine arrived in Kiev the same day, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said in a statement. Since then, the United Kingdom, Poland, Canada and other countries have been providing arms assistance to Ukraine.


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