Ukraine's Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko has compared Russia with terrorist forces that are considered major NATO adversaries. He said so during the conference NATO Engages on December 3.
"...I don't see any difference between the terrorism and Russia. Terrorists are those who use violence to reach political goals. Will someone say Russia acts any different from that? They kill people in Ukraine and use chemical weapons in Europe - and for what? To reach their political goals", Prystaiko said during the discussion, initiated by the French President, as the interlocutors sought to define the key NATO adversary.
The Ukrainian official admitted that Russia's actions in the occupied part of Ukraine are the example of the use of terrorism on the state level.