Awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize: A Call to Arms for Ukraine

Ukrainian war crimes documented by CCL chief Oleksandra Matviichuk . Ukraine is not fighting for its rights alone, he said .

Oslo: At a formal ceremony in Oslo on Saturday, a trio of Ukraine's three nations at the heart of the conflict will be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, saying that any attempt to negotiate has in no way undermined their resolve.According to CCL chief Oleksandra Matviichuk, the Nobel Peace Prize has documented war crimes committed by Russian troops in Ukraine for the past eight years, including Crimea.I am sure that Putin would appear before an international court sooner or later, but he was more cautious in his remarks due to Moscow's sanctions against those who condemn Ukraine's war.Ukraine is not fighting for its rights alone.It is fighting for our shared prosperous future, he said.The choice before the international community is between the grim reality of today and the tragedy of tomorrow, he said.Situation is terrible In Russia, the country's Supreme Court ordered it to be disdissolved at the end of 2021 and a lavish banquet will be held in Stockholm for 1,500 guests, including the Norwegian royal family.

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