Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko said in “Facts after Facts” that his country now needs more weapons and stronger sanctions against Russia. – We have 700,000 Ukrainians who volunteered for the Ukrainian armed forces and we definitely do not have enough weapons for them – he pointed out.
He pointed out that, among other things, “more weapons” are needed. – We have 700,000 Ukrainians who volunteered for the Ukrainian armed forces and we definitely do not have enough weapons for them – he said. – We need more heavy weapons that will make the operations of the Ukrainian army more efficient – he added.
Poroshenko said that the second issue was “the embargo i sanctions“. – I’m proud that Poland is also a leader and advocate for the introduction of sanctions against oil from Russia, against Russian gas. But we need sanctions for a wide variety of Russian products, from wood to coal, from nuclear fuel to the engineering industry, he enumerated. In his opinion, “every dollar paid to Russia then goes to bombs and missiles that hit Ukraine.”
Main photo source: PAP / Mykola Kalyeniak