I would hope so - to be fair, some of the British and US press were pretty fair in their reporting of atrocities by both sides before the invasion. I hope that they continue in the same vein.If Ukraine does succeed in taking back some (or all) territory, surely the only way to some sort of stability is for zero discrimination against any of their own population- Russian-speaking or not.
Hoping we are among loud voices pressing this message home.
Unfortunately, some of the rhetoric from Ukrainian politicians has been less promising - as posted earlier, the claims that anyone accepting humanitarian aid from Russia is a collaborator, and some of the reports we have seen on Greek news about the actions of some military units raise concerns. From what I can make out, many Russian-speakers are terrified of what may happen. I trust Zelensky as little as I trust Putin.
The problem with this situation, like the Balkans, Cyprus, and Northern Ireland, is that it didn't simply start from nothing - it has been building up for a while with growing distrust between communities. There are no easy solutions and dividing it into a simple us against them conflict is not a good place to start.