'Putin Is Waging This War With One Single Objective: To Seize Ukraine:' German Chancellor Slams Russian President At UN

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz dubbed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine an act of "imperialism plain and simple" at the United Nations General Assembly in

New York City on Tuesday. What Happened: Scholz said that Putin will only give up his war and his “imperialist ambitions” if he realizes that he cannot win it. See

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accept any peace dictated by Russia, and this is why Ukraine must be able to fend off Russia's attack," Scholz said in his first address to the UN General

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Time Runs Out: What It Means For DWAC And Truth Social He added that the “return of imperialism,” with Putin’s war, is not only a “disaster” for Europe but for “our global

peaceful order.” He also called on the bloc to defend this from those who would prefer a world where the "strong rule the weak." Scholz harshly criticized the war and said,

"There is no justification whatsoever for Russia’s war of occupation against Ukraine. President Putin is waging this war with one single objective: to seize Ukraine."

Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron said Russia's war was dividing the world and restoring the "age of colonialism."