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How have Asia’s leaders responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

The invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces has unleashed a wide range of responses from leaders of countries across Asia.

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US military personnel have arrived in Romania ahead of a deployment of NATO troops expected in the country. Romania, a NATO member since 2004, borders Ukraine to the north.
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Ukrainians are fleeing to their EU neighbors as they fear even further escalation. The UN and the EU have vowed support as the already dire humanitarian situation worsens.
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Russia has already been using weapons like malware and disinformation against Ukraine for eight years. Shortly after the invasion, security experts discovered cyberattacks designed to disable Ukrainian computers.
28 Feb
We bring you some of the shell-shocked reactions from the world's papers after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. One image in particular of a bloodied woman emerging from bombardments has defined this first day. We also look at the Russian papers and one anti-Kremlin publication which vows to publish in both Russian and Ukrainian as a symbol of solidarity. Finally, we bring you the illustrated press' reactions as well.
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Moscow's recognition of the separatist republics of Donetsk and Luhansk has unleashed fears of a wider Russian invasion of Ukraine. Deputy Prime Minister Olga Stefanishyna tells DW, "Putin will go as far as he will be allowed." Interview recorded on February 22, 2022.
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