New Delhi, On Monday, Russia launched a missile attack on several cities in Ukraine, including the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. Many countries have condemned the attack. European countries in particular have reacted strongly to the attack. The European Union has called Russia’s missile attack barbaric, while the G-7 nations have called an emergency meeting on Tuesday on the situation in Ukraine.
European Union foreign policy chief Joseph Borrell condemned the attack in a tweet saying, “Such acts have no place in the 21st century.” I strongly condemn it. We are with Ukraine. Additional military assistance is being made available from the European Union.
Peter Stano, the spokesperson of the European Union’s executive branch, said – The European Union condemns in the strongest terms the current attack by Russia on Ukrainian and civilian structures. This barbaric attack only shows that Russia is adopting a strategy of indiscriminate bombing of civilians.
Meanwhile, Berlin said G7 leaders and Ukrainian President Zelensky would hold an emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss the latest attack on Ukraine. Chancellor Olaf Scholz has assured Zelensky of the unity of Germany and other G7 countries.
Poland’s foreign minister has condemned Russia’s missile strikes in Ukraine as barbaric and a war crime. Zbigniew Rau tweeted – Russia’s bombing of cities and civilians in today’s Ukraine is barbarism and a war crime. Russia cannot win this war.
Ukraine, we are behind you. The Italian Foreign Ministry has also condemned the attack. The ministry tweeted – Italy is shocked by the missile attack, we reiterate our unwavering and steadfast support to Ukraine and its people.
French President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to increase military aid to Ukraine during a call with Ukrainian President Zelensky. The president expressed his concern about the attack, Macron’s office said in a statement after a phone conversation on Monday. It is a matter of great concern that civilians have been victimized by this attack. He also spoke of supporting Ukraine.HS1MS