Ukraine is in talks with allies on how for support son air defenses, said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Tuesday, whenon asked him if NATO should set up a no-fly zone for help the country after Russia invasion.
“All they can help us with now – it is better help now that to meet face to face with (Russian President Vladimir) Putin later,” Kuleba told a online news conference.
“No need fear that NATO will end up at war with Russia because of Ukraine. If Russia wins, you are next.”
Russia attacked the neighboring country last Thursday without declaring war. According to the United Nations, more more than 100 civilians already been killed, while more more than 300 were injured.
Until the beginning hours of On Tuesday, the Russian army had already fired at least 113 ballistic missiles at Ukraine, according to Ukrainian sources. Moscow vehemently denies attacking Ukrainian civilians.
The Ministry of Defense in Kyiv noted more more than 5,700 Russians soldiers had been killed Tuesday morning. Again, these numbers cannot be independently verified.
Meanwhile, Ukraine has listed some 29 planes, 29 helicopters and 198 tanks among the alleged destroyed Russian military equipment.