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Kuleba had a conversation with Borrell: they talked about new Patriot systems for Ukraine

The Chairman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that air defense systems should be here, and not in places with zero threat.

Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba had a telephone conversation with the head of diplomacy of the European Union, Josep Borrell.

As the head of the Foreign Ministry himself reported on his page on the X network, they were talking about the morning attack on Kyiv with ballistic missiles. Kuleba thanked his colleague for his “expressed support and concern regarding the number of missiles Russia is using.”

The government official called on Borrell to send more Patriot systems and other air defense systems that can shoot down ballistics to Ukraine.

“Ukraine is now the only country in the world that is subject to almost daily attacks using ballistics. Therefore, Patriot needs to be deployed here and now to save human lives, and not left in places with zero threat,” the minister said . .

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