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Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Zelensky’s Warning to NATO

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Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky issued a warning Monday morning amid ongoing fighting between Russia and Ukraine. He cautioned NATO member states to take appropriate action. At the same time, Zelensky said that if NATO did not take appropriate action in time, Russia would start targeting its member states.

So the target will be the NATO area

Zelensky made the remarks in a video message. He also called on NATO to declare a no-fly zone over Ukraine. Zelensky’s statement came a day after a Russian attack on a Ukrainian military base near the Polish border. Zelensky said that if you do not close our skies, it will not take long for Russian missiles to start landing in NATO territory.

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He said that he was also warned last year

Zelensky said in his video message that he had also warned NATO last year. He further added that Russia could start a war without sanctions and use the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as a weapon. Regional Governor Maxim Kozitsky said Russian planes had fired about 30 rockets at the site. According to the Ukrainian Defense Minister, Russia has launched an attack on Lev, an international arena for working for peace and security. Many foreign companies work here. Information about the injured is being collected.

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