Vladimir Putin, Russian President who himself is a black belt in Judo was removed from the Honorary president of International Judo federation. This was in the present fray as it is happening in the Ukraine and Vladimir Putin’s hell bent army marching in on his call.

The conflict has entered a fifth day with Moscow ordering its troops to advance in Ukraine “from all directions”, while the West responded late Saturday with sanctions that sought to cripple Russia’s banking sector.

Ukrainian officials said 198 civilians, including three children, had been killed since Russia invaded early Thursday.

“In light of the ongoing war… in Ukraine, the International Judo Federation announces the suspension of Mr. Vladimir Putin’s status as Honorary President and Ambassador of the International Judo Federation,” read the IJF statement.

Putin, an accomplished judoka who was awarded an eighth dan in 2014 — one of the highest levels in the sport, has been honorary president since 2008.

IJF president Marius Vizer lauded him back in 2014 as “the perfect ambassador for our sport”.

Putin has made much of his fondness for keeping fit with judo and ice hockey.

His removal as Honorary president is not a single thing that is buzzing around. Apart from this, a lot other sanctions are in list to curb the war at any cost.

European football’s governing body UEFA stripped Saint Petersburg of the hosting of the May 28 Champions League final — their most prestigious club competition — and Formula One cancelled the Russian Grand Prix scheduled for September 25.

Both Poland and Sweden have said they will not play Russia in the 2022 World Cup play-offs with the Swedish Government, hoping to persuade their 27 European Union partners to implement a blanket sporting ban.

This includes barring Russian athletes from competing on European Union soil.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has compelled Ukrainian citizen to pick up warheads and rally against him. As he has marched army towards the Ukrainian Capital and it’s surrounding areas.

Ukrainian Government under Zelinsky has agreed for a talk to resolve the chaos with Russian delegation at Belarusian border. Let’s see what’s in the fray next.


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