Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba warns Russians that each of them will feel the effect of sanctions.
“Ordinary Russian citizens have not yet realized that Russia’s criminal war against Ukraine will affect them. Sanctions affect not only oligarchs. Every Russian will feel them. From the loss of modern technology to the devaluation of savings and unemployment,” Kuleba posted on Facebook.
According to him, this means hyperinflation, deficit, and queues. The situation of pensioners will become even harder, and young people will lose their future. “But the most important thing is that all Russians are now aggressors and barbarians in the eyes of the world. Silent accomplices to the crime,” Kuleba said.
As reported, on February 24, the head of the aggressor country, Vladimir Putin, announced the launch of a special operation in Ukraine. After that, Russian missiles struck a number of Ukrainian cities, and the military facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were attacked.
On the morning of February 24, the Verkhovna Rada approved a decree of President Volodymyr Zelensky on the imposition of martial law throughout Ukraine.
He must now push to get all Russia origin commercial flights banned from Europe and North America.
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