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“It is an undeclared war, with an unfair price, because we are
fighting for justice and democracy on our own land. We are attacked for
our European choice,” he said at the Atlantic Council in Washington on
Tuesday, July 29.

Klimkin said that Ukraine now comes under attack “more than ever.”

“Thus, although the Ukrainian military significantly move further in
liberating the territory, Russian-supported militants continue the
occupation of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, and groups of Russian
citizens with ties at the Russian security services form new criminal
gangs, involve the local population in them with fraud and put pressure
on those who refuse to obey them. They have the most modern weapons
capable of shooting down even international airplanes. In addition, more
often engaged in fighting are regular armed forces of the Russian
Federation that shell the territory of Ukraine and invade its airspace,”
he said.

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