Another Russian attack on Ukraine shows no changes in Russia's policy - Polish official
Russia's latest missile attack on Ukraine on February 7 demonstrates no change in Russian policy and warfare
Minister-Coordinator of Poland's special services Tomasz Siemoniak said this, PAP reports.
He noted that if someone thought that there would be some kind of easing of the course, this is not happening - the war is ongoing.
"This should be the conclusion for the West: let's support Ukraine, let's vote in the US for support packages, because there is no end in sight to this war, and in the interests of the free world, Ukraine needs full support, which Russia is cruelly reminding us of," Siemoniak said.
The coordinating minister also emphasized that any Russian missiles flying towards Poland or flying nearby force the country's defense system to be put on alert.
- On the morning of February 7, Russia launched cruise missiles and attack drones at Ukraine. There were hits in different regions, and people were killed.