The weekly American magazine on the policy of the Washington Examiner dedicated the main page to the Ukrainian victory in the war. The cover with the inscriptions Ukraine after Putin loses depicts destruction: graves, rockets, bomb craters, and dead Russian soldiers. One can also see the baby carriage, which reminds of several nightmares committed by Russian soldiers. Strike on Kramatorsk. Strike on Kremenchuk.
In the foreground are depicted Ukraine and Russia. Ukraine looks a little beaten, but a young girl with a smile on her face. This is how she is seen after the defeat of Russian president Volodymyr Putin. Behind her back, there is a machine gun, and on her neck, 2 medals with the inscription of NATO and the EU.
Interestingly, even foreign publishers see Russia in only one person. Ukraine is like everyone and nobody at the same time. Russia is perceived only as the face of Putin. The old dictator is already practically underground, his eyes do not express anything… as in now.
This magazine cover is supported by an article about the strategy of recovery of Ukraine after the victory over the Russian fascists.
Earlier, Time dedicated a new issue to the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Ukraine.