Russia’s aggression will come pricier- Kuleba
The accumulation of Russian troops near the Ukrainian border is worrying, but now Russia will not be able to strike unexpectedly at Ukraine as it was in 2014. This was announced today, April 13, by Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba during a joint briefing with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, UATV reports.
“Today we discussed how to react (concerning the accumulation of Russian troops on the border of Ukraine – ed). Russia this time won’t be able to take us unawares. Ukraine and our friends remain vigilant,” Kuleba said.
If Russia starts a new aggression, Ukraine will not waste time.
“We will not waste time, and if Moscow starts a new violence or acts unwisely, it will come pricier”, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister added.