Ruslan Khasbulatov was a Russian politician and rebel leader who is best known for his role in the 1993 Russian constitutional crisis. He was born on November 22, 1942, in Tolstoy-Yurt, a village near Grozny, the capital of Chechnya. In February 1944, he was deported with other Chechens to Central Asia.
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine began in 2014 when Russia annexed Crimea, a region that had previously been a part of Ukraine. The annexation was met with widespread condemnation from the international community and led to economic sanctions against Russia.
The situation escalated in eastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists seized control of several areas, and fighting broke out between the separatists and Ukrainian government forces. The conflict has resulted in thousands of casualties and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people.
In recent years, there has been a lull in fighting in eastern Ukraine, but the situation remains tense and there are frequent outbreaks of violence. The conflict has caused significant damage to the economies of both Russia and Ukraine, and the ongoing tension and hostilities have had a negative impact on relations between the two countries.
There have been several attempts to broker a peace deal, but so far, a lasting resolution to the conflict has not been reached. The situation continues to be a source of concern for the international community, and there are ongoing efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.