Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has called on partners to impose sanctions as soon as possible against Russian companies that manufacture drones and missiles used in massive shelling of Ukraine.
Source. This was reported by Ukrainska Pravda.
According to the Foreign Minister, Kyiv handed over a list of 36 Russian military-industrial complex companies to its partners with a request to impose restrictions on them.
"From the list that we asked to introduce, I will say frankly: only a small part of the companies have been sanctioned. What do we see? Continuous missile attacks, continuous drone attacks. Almost every day, Ukrainians do not sleep at night because of the air raid alert," Kuleba said at a briefing in Kyiv.
According to him, if there are no changes, Kyiv will demand explanations from specific countries.
"It will be interesting to hear what business and political interests are threatened by the imposition of sanctions against Russian companies that produce missiles and drones," the minister said.
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