US, UK and Germany strongly condemn Putin’s military mobilization order… “Proof of failed invasion of Ukraine”

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Major Western countries, including the United States, Britain, and Germany, condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a sudden military mobilization order, pointing out that this was evidence of a failed attack on Ukraine.

US ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink tweeted on the 21st local time, “Russia’s fake referendum and military mobilization order is evidence of weakness and failure.” I will never admit that,” he said.

“We will stand by Ukraine indefinitely,” he said.

The British Defense Secretary, Ben Wallace also drew attention to the fact that Putin’s announcement of a military mobilization order is evidence that Russia’s attack on Ukraine is failing.

“President Putin has killed tens of thousands of citizens,” he said. You can’t hide the facts,” he said.

British Foreign Secretary Gillian Keegan said the threat was “to be taken very seriously” as a “very uneasy escalation of the conflict” by Putin.

German Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Climate Protection Robert Havek strongly condemned Russian President Putin’s sudden announcement of a military mobilization order.

He told reporters in Berlin that “this is a very worrying misstep.”

The German government has also said it is discussing a response to Putin’s decision.

The leader of the Brothers of Italy (Fdl) Giorza Meloni, who is likely to become the next prime minister of Italy, pointed out that Putin admits that he is short of military personnel.

“Putin’s speech reveals that Russia is in serious trouble in Ukraine at the moment,” Meloni said in an interview with RTL radio in Italy.

President Putin suddenly issued a military mobilization order to send 300,000 reserve troops for the first time since World War II and warned of a strong response, saying the West was threatening Russia with nuclear weapons.

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