Arseniy Yatsenyuk: Global terrorism is taking over Europe
“We are heavily challenged. Russia continues war against Ukraine. Global terrorism is taking over Europe”, - PM
Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk believes that Ukraine is facing serious challenges, including Russian aggression and global terrorism. Arseniy Yatsenyuk stated this during patrol police oath ceremony in Boryspil, aired by “112 Ukraine”.
“We are heavily challenged. Russia continues war against Ukraine. Global terrorism is taking over Europe. Therefore, each of you is fulfilling a sacred duty, protecting our country and every single citizen”, - Prime Minister stated.
On March 22, terrorist attacks hit Brussels. Two bombs exploded at Zaventem airport, another bomb went off on Maelbeek metro station.
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