The Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmihal said in a statement on March 3 that, the sky must be closed over the country’s nuclear plants
Kyiv Russia calls on Western leaders to declare a no-fly zone to prevent military planes from entering But Washington and NATO The allies rejected the idea, of course Russia directly with snowthey are afraid that it will lead to rudeness.
Ukraine leaders do not accept this answer. President Volodymyr Zelenski He raised the issue again at a press conference on March 3. Advisor to the President Mixaylo Podolyak He previously wrote about it on Twitter.
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“During the seven days of the war, about one million refugees were displaced, and the historical centers of Ukraine’s major cities were completely destroyed. This, NATO-nun Ukraine is the result of not closing the sky over it “ – Podolyak wrote.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Schmihal said in a statement on March 3 that, the sky must be closed over the country’s nuclear plants. He said he had appealed to NATO to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
“Close the sky over Ukraine! This is a matter of security for the whole world! ” – Schmihal stressed in a statement.
He will also talk about the West’s continued supply of weapons to Ukraine.
Western countries are currently zenithing Ukraine and provide anti-tank missiles.
Asked about the rejection of the request to establish a non-flight zone, Kuleba said: “I do not want to disclose details yet. This is a very complicated issue and should be discussed at the highest level. That’s it according to We will talk about it with the alliance tomorrow. “
Kuleba called Western sanctions against Russia “unprecedented” Russia He said the economy would be severely damaged and new sanctions would be imposed. According to him according toNo sanctions proposed by Ukraine were rejected.
But the minister’s sanctions are Russia’s cessation of the war, Ukraine’s losses compensation said it was not enough to do.
President of Russia Vladimir Putin has ordered an attack on Ukraine since February 24, and major cities have come under fire. Several cities are currently under siege.