“The barbarism of the Russian Federation knows no bounds. Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities were again shelled by the Russian army. They are aiming at city centers, residential buildings, on the roads during rush hour. This is state-sponsored terrorism in its purest form. Ukraine needs more weapons to defeat this evil,” he wrote.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania responded with a similar appeal.
Estonian President Alar Karis urged Europeans to think about what many Ukrainians have to go through every day.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba stressed that Ukraine will not break because of the intimidation of civilians, and such actions of the Russian Federation are an argument for all those who still consider it possible to conduct peace talks with Putin.