"Ukraine needs funding now": world leaders respond to Russia's morning attack
US Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink reacted to the massive missile attack on Ukraine on December 29, saying that Ukraine needs help now. President of Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs and British Ambassador to Ukraine Martin Harris also expressed their reaction and similar opinion
Brink wrote about this on Twitter.
Brink posted a screenshot of her phone with a bunch of notifications about the air alert in the morning and wrote that "this is what Ukrainians see on their phones this morning."
She emphasized the need to provide Ukraine with funding as soon as possible to stop such cases in 2024.
"Millions of men, women, and children are in bomb shelters as Russia fires missiles across the country. Ukraine needs funding now to continue to fight for freedom from such horror in 2024," she wrote.
"Once again: Ukraine must get all the military and financial assistance NOW, this is the only way to stop the war and attacks against civilian targets. Full solidarity with Ukraine at this difficult time!" said President of Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs.
The British Ambassador to Ukraine called the Russian attack on the morning of December 29 despicable and stated that the attack on civilian infrastructure is a war crime.
On the night of December 29, Russia launched several groups of Shahed drones that attacked Ukraine, and in the morning the terrorists launched missiles. They hit high-rise buildings, educational institutions, a shopping center and a maternity hospital. As a result, there are wounded and dead.