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Ukraine’s defence minister says Russia’s actions are state terrorism


© Reuters. Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov holds a news conference with British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace at the Ministry of Defence, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in London, Britain, March 21, 2022. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

LONDON (Reuters) – Russia is conducting state terrorism in Ukraine and will go on to attack other countries, Ukraine’s defence minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Monday.

Speaking alongside British defence minister Ben Wallace during a visit to London, Reznikov said 150 Ukrainian children had been killed since Russia invaded, with more than 400 schools and kindergartens and more than 110 hospitals destroyed.

“This is a state terrorism. That is why (the) Kremlin must be stopped, because it will go further. It will attack other countries,” Reznikov said. He did not cite any evidence to support his assertion. Russia denies targeting civilians.

Ukraine’s defence minister says Russia’s actions are state terrorism

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