Live updates on the Ukrainian war: In advance of the anniversary of the war, Putin mobilizes support; Ukraine faces a “creeping encirclement” around Bakhmut

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On Friday, the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will occur, and this week has seen a rise in geopolitical tensions.

This week, both Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden delivered high-profile addresses in which they disparaged one another’s nations and exchanged jabs on the conflict.

At a pro-war event on Wednesday, the president led the crowd in chants of “Russia!” while claiming that the country was fighting for its “historical lands” in Ukraine. On Tuesday during his State of the Union address, Putin blamed the West for the conflict in Ukraine.

On this week’s trip to Europe, Biden restated his support for Ukraine and asserted that Moscow will “never” prevail in the conflict. Also, he nicknamed




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