• 20/07/2024 06:51

The situation at the front in Ukraine is critical, those closest to the front may have a share in the war, – Tusk

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk appreciates the situation on the Ukrainian front є critical, and voiced the importance of increasing defense assistance to Kiev by partner countries, in order to counter missile and drone terrorism on the side of the Russian Federation.

RBC-Ukraine reports about this via broadcast on Tvn24.

The head of the Polish In the wake of the informal European Council, they also came up with the idea that neighboring countries could have a share in the Russian-Ukrainian war.

Talking about the military strikes of Russian fighters in Ukraine no, noting that the mounts themselves have a position like goiters' The EU wants to take steps to ensure the safety of the Ukrainian sky.

Tusk also added that, among those discussed during the meeting, food and security were especially important from the Polish point of view. The official confirmed that the leaders of the member states also agreed with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

“President Zelensky voiced the urgent, possibly urgent need to give Ukraine a system that could fight Russian missiles and drones “, said Tusk.

The Polish prime minister added that Germany had given Ukraine another set of Patriot batteries, and also called on other countries that might be able to achieve this initiative.

At the same time, Tusk respected the brutality Berlin does not miss Poland, Warsaw does not have such a number of Patriots in order to share with Kiev.

The view of Poland, as a “front-line power”, does not count, singing and adding that “everything understands that we are responsible neither to take control of the sky, including the connection with incidents with Russian missiles.”

Nutritional strengthening of the Ukrainian civil defense service

It was previously reported that the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba declared on the 18th heads of the Ministry of Health of the G7 powers on the praised decision to transfer additional batteries of anti-aircraft defense to Ukraine.

Additionally, according to the words of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Berlin knows the least 6 Patriot anti-aircraft defense systems that NATO partner countries could transfer Ukrainian side.< /p>

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel in Telegram.

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