Volodymyr Zelensky: Significant escalation of Russian missile strikes on NATO territory

- Advertisement -

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskystated today (11/15) that Russian missiles hit Polandterritory (member country) of NATO, action constituting “significant escalation” of the conflict.

- Advertisement -

“Russian missiles hit Poland”, Zelensky said, according to the text accompanying his videotaped speech tonight. He gave no evidence of these blows.

We have long warned that Russian actions are not limited to UkraineZelenskiy stressed, adding that his country will always support Poland.

- Advertisement -

“The more impunity Russia feels, the more threats there will be to anyone within range of Russian missiles. Missiles should be fired into the territory of a NATO member country! This is a Russian missile attack on collective security! It’s a very significant escalation. Action must be taken”Zelensky said.

Today, Russia launched another massive missile strike. A total of 90 rockets. Affected energy system, enterprises, residential buildings. Today it happened, and that’s what we’ve been waiting for for a long time. Terror is not limited to our state borders. Russian rockets hit Poland, on the territory of our friendly country. Poland, the Baltic States… It’s a question of time, when the Russian terror went away. It’s time to put the terrorist in place! The longer Russia feels impunity, the more it will be a threat to everyone who can reach Russian rockets. Beat rockets on NATO territory… This is a Russian rocket attack on collective security! This is a very significant escalation. We need to act. And now I want to say to all our Polish brothers and sisters:. Ukraine always supports you! Вильних людей терор не храмяє! Victory is possible when there is no fear! У нас из вами – no. Russia is losing on the battlefield. Russia terrorizes us and everyone it can reach.

Posted by Volodymyr Zelenskyi on Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Source: News Beast

- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Hot Topics

Related Articles