Vystrčil called the attack of Russian troops on Ukraine aggressive, barbaric and anti-human. If we are not united and we do not defend Ukraine with other democracies for our own loss and pain, it may happen that the same thing will affect us one day, Vystrčil supported. “Ukraine is fighting for freedom and democracy around the world,” he said.
According to the President of the Upper House, the events in Ukraine affect all those who respect freedom, democracy, independence and territorial integrity. The totalitarian leader, Russian President Vladimir Putin, is attacking a country that has a democratically elected leader and manages its territory according to the will of the people, he said. According to Vystrčil, Ukraine must be supported by words and deeds.
He appreciated that the Czechia had been the initiator of measures that needed to be put in place from the beginning so that the democratic world would show Putin that I would pay dearly for the way he behaved.
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