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This past week, the world witnessed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military machinery launch an attack on its neighbor, Ukraine.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – This past week, the world witnessed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military machinery launch an attack on the neighboring country of Ukraine.

Our Tanya Smith-smith Cartwright speaks with United Nations Ambassador, Stan Smith who sheds light on the situation in Ukraine.

Russia has continued its military offensive with its soldiers closing in on Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, drawing major economic sanctions and condemnations from the western world.

Britain’s Transport Minister, Grand Shapps, took to social media on Friday, tweeting that no Russian private jet can fly in the United Kingdom’s airspace or land, effective immediately.

While the world watches, the United States, along with its allies, has insisted that the sanctions against that country will suffice for now.

Tens of thousands of people have fled Ukraine since the Russian military operation started, even though Putin and his foreign minister promises that civilian areas of Ukraine will not be touched.

As the world pauses to wait on the next move, here in The Bahamas we cannot help but wonder, what does all of this mean for us.

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