Kuleba: Russia’s aggression serves the ideology of wiping Ukraine off the map

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba said that Russia continues to launch intensive missile and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) attacks on his country and that the aim of these attacks "serves the ideology of wiping Ukraine off the map".

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Kuleba, who is in the Belgian capital Brussels for the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting, met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Kuleba and Stoltenberg made a joint press statement before the NATO-Ukraine Council at NATO Headquarters in Brussels.

Pointing out that NATO is celebrating its 75th anniversary, Kuleba thanked Stoltenberg for his contribution to the aid received by his country.

In his speech, Kuleba noted that Russia continues to attack his country with missiles and drones.

Kuleba reminded that the Russian army launched intensive attacks on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv with “Shahed” drones tonight and said, “Systematic Russian attacks kill Ukrainians and damage the Ukrainian economy. This serves Russia’s ideology of wiping Ukraine off the map.”

During his talks in Brussels, Kuleba said that they discussed the issue of giving Patriot air defense systems to Ukraine, adding that they need more Patriot air defense systems in order to be successful against Russian attacks.

Noting that Russia carried out 94 ballistic missile attacks against Ukraine in March alone, Kuleba argued that effective counteraction against such attacks would be possible with systems such as Patriot.


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