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What’s NATO upto with Russia-Ukraine crisis?

NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization0n) whose sole aim is to guarantee the freedom and security of its members through political and military ones. In NATO earlier, there was an alliance to put an effort by the US and its European allies to put off any expansion by the Soviet Union(USSR). Now, the NATO’s members wants that they should be cautious because there is a possibilty of danger and problems if Ukraine joining their ranks while on the other hand they have a tension with Moscow which remains high. This move could also draw them into a direct conflict with Russia in the event that it launches an attack because of the defence principle.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy sits down with French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin for a working session at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, France December 9, 2019. The Russian and Ukrainian presidents are meeting for the first time at the summit to find a way to end the five years of fighting in eastern Ukraine. Thibault Camus/Pool via REUTERS


President of Russia Putin, announced on social media platform that on February16, 2022 they will attack on Ukraine. But they didn’t take a step to it. So, what is Russia upto? Whereas on other side, Russia is showing their involvement on retweet the memes which are made my many people on February16, 2022 attack.

There has been Social Humour that Netizens are finding peace in memes which is amidly looking the threat of Russian Invasion in Ukraine. In memes, it is in gossip that neither Russia nor the US who have won in this conflict. But now, memes are taking their place and winning itself. What’s the reason behind that Russia didn’t stick to his statement and for period of time, they are graving this issue at social media platform in humourous way through memes. It can be seem that Russia is taking more interest in Meeswar than particular with their own decisons.



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