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Ihor Petrenko: Russian terror has no borders

The war that Vladimir Putin and his criminal regime unleashed in the center of Europe has crossed the borders of Ukraine for the first time. On November 15, Russia launched another mass missile attack on Ukraine, assessed to be the single largest attack since February 24.

Significantly, Russia scheduled the strike for the first day of the G20 summit. Unmistakably, it was the Kremlin's response to the calls of the world community to stop the war in Ukraine. This time, however, the consequences of the shelling crossed the borders and reached the territory of Poland, which is neighboring and friendly to Ukraine.

Accordingly, Moscow clearly and cynically demonstrates its position of blackmail and terror, as well as the absolute absence of a reasonable analysis of the situation and negotiations that would end the Russian war in the center of Europe.

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