Kuleba urged to strengthen support for Ukraine in response to Russia's actions

Kuleba urged to strengthen support for Ukraine in response to Russia's actions

Kuleba called for increased support for Ukraine in response to Russia's actions

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Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba urged two times more support for Ukraine, including new arms supplies and new sanctions against Moscow, as as a response to the latest actions of the Russian federation. This was reported by Reuters.

According to him, the only possible response to & nbsp; the actions of the RF & ndash; double the bet on support for Ukraine. The minister stressed that new sanctions should be introduced against Russia, as well as provide Ukraine with more weapons.

"More solidarity with Ukrainians. More companies and enterprises leaving  RRussia", — said Kuleba.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the — members of the  North Atlantic Alliance plan to increase pressure on the Russian Federation and impose new sanctions against Moscow after the partial mobilization announced in Russia.

BAGNET recalls that on September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued an appeal to the citizens, in which he announced a partial mobilization, the corresponding decree has already been signed. According to Putin, within the framework of partial mobilization in the Russian Federation, only citizens from the reserve will be subject to conscription, primarily those who who have experience.

Subsequently, the head of the Russian Ministry of Defense sergey  Shoigu explained that partial mobilization, first of all, is necessary to control the territories and the contact line of 1,000 kilometers. He added that 300 thousand reservists. Shoigu also stated that partial mobilization will not affect university students and conscripts.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga