Condemnation messages from NATO and EU to Russia

The European Union and NATO reacted with messages of condemnation to Russia’s attack on many cities, including Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.

The European Union (EU) Commission condemned Russia’s missile attacks targeting many points, including the capital of Ukraine, Kiev.


Ursula von der Leyen, President of the EU Commission, went to the Russian border in Estonia after the missile attacks of Russia and gave a message of support to Ukraine.

Von der Leyen, during her visit to Estonia, broadcast a video message with the Prime Minister of Estonia, Kaja Kallas, from a point very close to the Russian border.

“Russia has once again shown the world that it advocates terrorism and brutality.” Von der Leyen said that those responsible for the attacks should be held accountable.

“The Ukrainians will not bow down. The Ukrainians know that we are with them until the end,” von der Leyen said. said.



EU High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy Josep Borrell said that Russia’s attacks, which he described as “barbaric”, have no place in the 21st century.

Speaking at the European Commission’s daily meeting, EU Commission Spokesperson Peter Stano said, “Barbaric and cowardly attacks targeting people going to school or work in morning traffic.” said. Describing the attacks as a violation of international human rights law, Stano added that Russia will be held responsible for these and other war crimes.

Warning to Belarus

The Commission also urged Belarus to refrain from getting involved in Russia’s “brutal illegitimate attempt” in violation of the United Nations Charter and international law. Evaluating the possible consequences of military participation in the war against the vast majority of the Belarusian people, Stano said, “The direct participation or any action of the Belarusian army in this war will be met with new and strong restrictive measures.” used the phrases.

“NATO will continue to support the Ukrainian people”

NATO’s reaction to Russia’s attacks in Ukraine did not take long. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement regarding Russia’s attacks in Ukraine, “I met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba. We condemn Russia’s horrific and indiscriminate attacks targeting civilian infrastructure in Ukraine. NATO, no matter how long it takes. He will continue to support the brave Ukrainian people who resist the Kremlin attacks.” he said.

Joint military unit decision from Russia and Belarus

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin reached an agreement on joint regional power deployment at the unofficial summit of leaders of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Stating that the formation of military units started 2 days ago within the framework of the Union State Agreement signed between Russia and Belarus, Lukashenko said, “Due to the aggravating conditions on the Western borders of the Union States, we, as the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, agreed to deploy a joint regional force. If the threats reach a high level, they will strengthen the forces of the union states. “As I always say, the pioneer of this formation is the Belarusian Armed Forces. Preparations for this formation have been going on for 2 days.” he said. (AA-UAV)


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