On the seventh day after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, fighting over the country that Putin appears to regard as Russian territory, but which sees itself as self-contained, free and closer to the EU, continues to rage fiercely. Already 2,000 civilians are said to have fallen victim to the attacks by Putin’s troops on the Ukrainian side, and this does not include the number of fallen soldiers. While Ukraine speaks of almost 6,000 fallen Russian soldiers, Russia reports 498 dead on its own side. The disagreements also reflect the – so far – unsuccessful peace negotiations, which ended unsuccessfully on Monday and are to be continued on Wednesday evening.
With every day that passes, not only does the number of victims grow, but also the fear and uncertainty about the future. How long will the war in Ukraine last, what will be the consequences of the war and how can Putin be stopped – or how can those who understand Putin be understood? Today at 7:50 p.m., a full-length special with top political scientist Dr. Ralph Schöllhammer. Together with eXXpress editor-in-chief Richard Schmitt, he will not only shed light on the status quo in the war over Ukraine, but will also try to discuss possible future prospects.
Don’t miss the eXXpress special on the Ukraine war with Dr. Ralph Schöllhammer not and tune in at 7:50 p.m. – right here on eXXpressTV and on Magenta Kabelkanal 170!