The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine advised the Russians to start asking Putin about the price for them of a criminal war against Ukraine, and not to march with his portraits.
Wrote about it in Twitter Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko, Ukrinform reports.
“Just yesterday, Russia attacked Ukraine with $100 million missiles. With his criminal war, Putin is increasing poverty in Russia instead of investing in its future. Is it time for Russians to stop marching with portraits of their corrupt leader and start asking questions?” Nikolenko noted.
As reported, over the past day, Russian invaders attacked 8 settlements of the Donetsk region, shelled the Bogodukhovsky, Chuguevsky, Kharkiv and Izyumsky districts of the region, and on the night of August 3, launched two attacks on Kharkov with missiles from the S-300 air defense system, fired at the Krasnopolskaya bulk of the Sumy region and Nikolaev.