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Russia Defiantly Annexes Occupied Regions of Ukraine

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Russia Defiantly Annexes Occupied Regions of Ukraine

Russia Defiantly Annexes Occupied Regions of Ukraine

Russia Defiantly Annexes , Occupied Regions of, Ukraine .

On September 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin proclaimed control over large swaths of Ukraine.

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NBC reports that the largest annexation of territory in postwar Europe comes in defiance of international law as Russian military forces face another significant setback.

NBC reports that the largest annexation of territory in postwar Europe comes in defiance of international law as Russian military forces face another significant setback.

Kyiv and its allies immediately responded to Russia's claims. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he would formally submit his country's application to become a member of NATO.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he would formally submit his country's application to become a member of NATO.

Meanwhile, the United States announced another round of sanctions aimed at Russian government officials, bankers and military suppliers.

Meanwhile, the United States announced another round of sanctions aimed at Russian government officials, bankers and military suppliers.

The United States condemns Russia’s fraudulent attempt today to annex sovereign Ukrainian territory, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via NBC.

Russia is violating international law, trampling on the United Nations Charter, and showing its contempt for peaceful nations everywhere, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via NBC.

Russia is violating international law, trampling on the United Nations Charter, and showing its contempt for peaceful nations everywhere, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via NBC.

The latest U.S. act includes economic and visa sanctions on hundreds of Russian and Belarusian officials, as well as their family members and businesses.

We will hold to account any individual, entity, or country that provides political or economic support for Russia’s illegal attempts to change the status of Ukrainian territory, Antony Blinken, United States Secretary of State, via NBC.

We will hold to account any individual, entity, or country that provides political or economic support for Russia’s illegal attempts to change the status of Ukrainian territory, Antony Blinken, United States Secretary of State, via NBC.

Leaders in Europe also issued a response, saying they , "reject and unequivocally condemn the illegal annexation by Russia.".

Leaders in Europe also issued a response, saying they , "reject and unequivocally condemn the illegal annexation by Russia."


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