Ukraine Needs More Lethal Weapons – Says Minister Of Foreign Affairs

February 25, 2017, Written by

Pavlo Klimkin, Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of Ukraine Thinks Kiev Needs Lethal American Weapons



 

 

Ukraine Needs More Lethal Weapons – Says Minister of Foreign AffairsThe question of lethal weapons supply has repeatedly been raised in Kiev, but officially Kiev has not received so far, even though the US is now providing military assistance to Ukraine.

Earlier, First Deputy Minister of Defense Bob Wark, said at a meeting with Klimkin, that “the United States remain committed to serious support for the independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine, as well as building the capacity of the Ukrainian armed forces.”

 

 

“We’re definitely in need of it (lethal weapons). I always say that I do not like this division – to lethal and non-lethal – we need more defensive and high-tech weapons and effective cooperation with the United States and NATO in many areas, “- Klimkin said in an interview ZN.UA publication, responding to a question whether Ukraine needs lethal weapon.

According to him, he sees that this interaction is really starting to show results. “And, most importantly, I see by the reaction of our friends and colleagues, and they see that the results are there,” – said Klimkin.

 

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