As the tension between Ukraine and Russia extends, the world has been partitioned into two sections without precedent for a long time since the end of the Cold War.
Numerous nations have effectively reported sanctions on Moscow following Russia’s request for troops into the renegade ‘republics’ of Donetsk and Luhansk.
Be that as it may, assents will, somewhat, cut the two different ways. Russia isn’t simply a key part of the oil and gas area yet, in addition, it is a major part of various different items and minerals.
Regardless of whether these can be obtained from somewhere else, there will be a value spike, and maybe deficiencies.
Expansion is as of now higher than it has been in many years and the world economy is attempting to recuperate from the Covid-19 pandemic.
In such a circumstance, how much torment can the West bear while ‘rebuffing’ Russia? Furthermore, in the course of the most recent a long time since the finish of the Cold War, there are huge ventures that Western organizations have made in Russia.
World War III: List of Countries That Support Ukraine
The European countries of NATO – Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States fully support Ukraine.
The United States and Britain have emerged as the biggest supporters of Ukraine. Germany and France have recently tried to defuse the controversy by making a speedy visit to Moscow.
But after Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized two breakaway Ukrainian regions as independent states and ordered Russian troops to deploy there, Germany halted approval of the key Nord Stream 2 pipeline and other Western nations issued sanctions.
Japan, South Korea, Australia, Canada are all supporting Ukraine and have imposed sanctions on Russia after it recognized Ukraine’s two provinces of Luhansk and Donetsk as independent countries.