Savchenko ‘outraged’ at debate about potential easing of sanctions against Russia
The world needs to continue ‘massive economic and political pressure’ on Putin, MP Nadiya Savchenko believes
International community must continue exerting ‘massive economic and political pressure’ on Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, Ukraine’s MP and pilot Nadiya Savchenko believes, Deutsche Welle reports.
‘I’m outraged at the fact, that Ukrainian soldiers continue to perish in Donbas, whereas Germany already considers easing anti-Russian sanctions’, - Savchenko said in an interview to Bild.
According to Savchenko, the West needs to reinforce the round of economic sanctions against Russia, instead of easing them.
‘I think, the world must finally understand: Putin’s cravings will never be satisfied. He wants to conquer new regions and new countries’, - Savchenko stated.
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