Today, Wednesday, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba announced to Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath that Russian forces had approached his home, but the Ukrainian army confronted them, noting that Russia had failed to reach any strategic goals in your country.
He added: Russia has planned from the beginning to attack Ukraine, stressing that the Ukrainian forces hold all their positions “and that the Russians have not been able to advance”.
A tribute to the role of Germany
He also appreciated Germany’s role and decisions in support of Ukraine, indicating Berlin’s willingness to accept the Russian oil embargo.
The Ukrainian minister felt that the Russian energy ban would prevent her from financing her military operations, expressing her confidence that victory would be an ally for her country.
‘struggle to advance’
Today he said that Russia is struggling to advance and suffers heavy casualties, stressing that this is the reason for its missile attacks in all over the country.
Kuleba called on his Twitter account to impose more sanctions on Russia and supply heavier weapons to Ukraine, saying: “Russia must be punished for missile terrorism.”
Kuleba’s comments come as Russian forces first launched a tank and infantry attack on the steel mills in Azovstal, the last enclave of Ukrainian resistance in the southeastern city of Mariupol.
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