BREAKING: Ukraine prepares for ‘worst-case scenario’ as Vladimir Putin plots to end war by June

According to the Ukrainian Intelligence Committee, a Russian breakthrough across the Line of Contact combined with protests against conscription in Ukraine could see the conflict initiated by Russia two years ago end in just three months....READ FULL ARTICLE

Despite arguing such a scenario would be the result of “Russian disinformation”, the Committee envisaged a so-called “Maidan 3” Russian plot against Zelensky to turn Ukrainians against their President.

The warning comes as Poland’s President on Monday called on other members of the NATO alliance to raise their spending on defence to three percent of their gross domestic product as Russia puts its economy on a war footing and pushes forward with its invasion of Ukraine.

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President Andrzej Duda made his call in remarks directed at home and abroad.

His appeal came on the eve of a visit to the White House, where U.S. President Joe Biden will receive both Duda and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Tuesday.

“In the face of the war in Ukraine and Russia’s growing imperial aspirations, the countries making up NATO must act boldly and uncompromisingly,” Duda said in a Monday evening address to his nation.

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His appeal comes at Poland marks the 25th anniversary of its accession to NATO, along with the Czech Republic and Hungary, on March 12, 1999.

“Poland is proud to have been a part of it for 25 years,” he said. “There has been and there is no better guarantor of security than the North Atlantic Alliance.”

“The war in Ukraine has clearly shown that the United States is and should remain the leader in security issues in Europe and the world,” Duda said in his speech to his nation.

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“However, other NATO countries must also take greater responsibility for the security of the entire alliance and intensively modernise and strengthen their troops.”

NATO members agreed in 2014 to boost their defence spending to 2 percent of GDP after Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula that year, but most members, including Germany, still fall short of that benchmark.

Poland, however, now spends 4 percent of its GDP on defence, making it the member to spend the most in percentage terms as it modernises its military, while the US is well above 3 percent.…READ FULL ARTICLE

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