The man behind the invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin, is now urging for a peaceful resolution to the conflict between Hamas and Israel.
Speaking at an event in Kyrgyzstan, Putin warned that an Israeli ground invasion into Gaza would result in 'unacceptable' civilian casualties, according to Ritzau news agency.
"The use of heavy equipment in populated areas is a complex issue, fraught with serious consequences," Putin said.
"Most importantly, the civilian casualties would be completely unacceptable," he added.
Putin emphasized that the priority should be to put an end to the bloodshed.
Meanwhile, Russia has launched one of the heaviest attacks on Ukraine since the war began in February 2022. According to n-tv.de, the Ukrainian General Staff reported that 13 Russian attacks near Avdiivka were repelled, along with an additional 10 attacks near the village of Stepowe to the north.
Vitaliy Barabash, the military administration chief of Avdiivka, described the Russian attacks as the most intense since the invasion began
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