European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas recorded a joint appeal to the Ukrainians in connection with the massive Russian missile strikes, standing near the border of the European Union and Russia.
This is reported by “European truth”.
The leaders recorded the appeal, most likely in Estonian Narva, which is actually located on the border with Russia.
Ursula von der Leyen said she was shocked and outraged by the rocket attacks on Ukrainian cities.
“Putin’s Russia has once again demonstrated to the world what it stands for – barbarism and terror. For those responsible for this, there should be consequences … I express my sincere condolences to our Ukrainian friends. I know that Ukrainians cannot be intimidated by this. And Ukrainians know that we We will be by your side for as long as necessary,” the President of the European Commission stressed.
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“Our clear message to the Ukrainians is that we support you in every possible way. What we really need to do is provide you with air defenses from allies so that Ukraine can protect its cities and civilians. Because Russia has clearly escalated and is hitting civilians. Our thoughts with the victims. We are close to Ukraine,” Kaya Kallas said.