Combined with a statement from the Kremlin stating that Volodymyr Zelenskyy is Ukraine s rightful leader, and that the EU is not a strategic threat to Russia because the organization is not a military bloc, it is also conceivable that EU membership with promises not to join in NATO is another way to meet in the middle. In theory, one can imagine that a great many scenarios can be spun as a victory in Russia, all the while the free press is kept down, and social media are exposed to censorship. Everything ultimately depends on whether Putin actually believes that Ukraine does not have a right to exist.
The invasion suggests that we should take Putin at his word, but time will tell what weighs more heavily Russian civilization or Putin s own fortunes and fortunes. Current affairs Oslo Nye Høyskole condemns the attack on Ukraine ONH stands in solidarity with Ukraine Photo Getty Images Oslo whatsapp mobile number list Nye Høyskole condemns the attack on Ukraine The University and College Council UHR published a statement before the weekend that the invasion of Ukraine is a gross violation of international law, and that they condemn the Russian attacks in the strongest possible terms. Oslo Nye Høyskole stands behind this statement.
Together with the UHR, we call on Russia to withdraw and end the war now. Published in News by ONH Wednesday March last updated Tuesday March, The Council of Universities and Colleges condemns Russia s attack on Ukraine. As an academic institution, we stand behind this statement. The Norwegian education sector stands for freedom of expression, respect and cooperation, which ONH must contribute to. In the face of war, we will uphold these values. ONH stands behind UHR s condemnation of the Russian attacks on Ukraine. Morten Danielsen, managing director at Oslo Nye Høyskole Like UHR, we want to emphasize that we are reacting to Putin s regime not to the Russian people.