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Ukraine must be able to attack targets in Russia

Ukraine must be able to attack targets in Russia

Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Renkovis is convinced that Ukraine should have the right to strike military targets, in particular airfields, on the territory of the Russian Federation. The Latvian politician’s opinion emerged after a massive missile attack on Ukraine’s vital infrastructure.

Renkovis stressed that NATO countries “should not be afraid” of escalation.

We must allow the Ukrainians to use weapons to attack military installations or the airports from which these operations are launched [uderzenia rakietowe na infrastrukturę – przyp. red.] – said the politician, citing Bloomberg.

According to the Latvian minister, a number of other NATO member states also believe that Ukraine should not have any restrictions on how weapons can be used in the war with Russia.

Latvia helps Ukraine

In October 2022, Renkovis said that according to his information, Russia has enough resources to wage a protracted war with Ukraine, so the West should not “give up” on providing assistance.

Earlier it was reported that Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland closed the possibility of Russians entering their lands. On the night of September 18-19, these countries stopped issuing tourist Schengen visas to citizens of the Russian Federation, believing that their travels threaten the public security of the entire region.

Russian attacks

On November 23, Russia ran out again Massive missile attack on Ukraine. The police stated that 10 people, including two children, were victims of the missile strike. 52 others were injured.

Residential buildings, combined heat and power plants, TPP and substations in Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Lviv and Zaporizhia were damaged. The air defenses destroyed 5 drones and 51 missiles out of 70 missiles launched by the Russian forces.

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Many areas were left without electricity, water, heating and communications. The worst situation was in the Kyiv and Odessa regions.


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