World war 3 is now inevitable as Polish army is getting ready to move in Ukraine

We have been all waiting for the war to end between Russia and Ukraine. However, things are taking a different turn altogether. According to the Ukraine News Twitter handle, The Polish army has begun deploying its troops along the Ukrainian border to occupy western Ukraine. Belarus’s president has said that if Poland launches a military operation in Ukraine, Belarus will launch an offensive in the western part of the country.

This comes at a wake when Russia and Ukraine have already entered their 4 monthly long battle. Russia has time and again accused the west of providing weapons to Ukraine to stretch the war.

World War 3 is not going to be a joke but rather utter devastation that will sweep more than half of the population from the planet earth.

Russia has been on the receiving end from everywhere be it military or Cyberwarfare. The war has already raised the issue of food supply in Europe already.

When India added a stop on wheat export it was not liked by many of the G7 countries. Russia has stated that in order to end this food supply shortage all countries need to lift the sanctions from Russia.

This war has already taken the lives of many so far, including both civilians and military personnel.




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