"Answer in language Putin understands": Polish Foreign Minister calls for long-range missiles for Ukraine
Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski said that Western countries should send long-range missiles to Kyiv in response to Russia's attacks on Ukraine to eliminate launchers on Russian territory
He wrote about this on Twitter (X).
"We should respond to the latest onslaught on Ukraine in language that Putin understands: by tightening sanctions so that he cannot make new weapons with smuggled components and by giving Kyiv long range missiles that will enable it to take out launch sites and command centers," Sikorski said in a statement.
- On the morning of January 2, Russia attacked Ukraine from strategic aviation. A series of explosions occurred in Kyiv and Kharkiv. As a result of the attack, people were killed and injured, and houses were destroyed.
- World leaders condemned Russia's new massive missile attack on the morning of January 2 and called on allies to help Ukraine with weapons.