Kira Rudik, the people’s representative for Ukraine, recently made a statement in which she claimed that Russia has turned into a global issue and is to blame for Europe’s energy difficulties and famine in Africa.
Numerous energy-related issues have arisen in Europe as a result of Russia’s actions in damaging the continent’s energy supplies in an effort to put pressure on it and prevent it from assisting Ukraine.
She stated that these issues are now widespread in both Europe and Africa. “Further sanctions must be applied against Russia to immediately bring the Russian economy to an end,” declared Rudik.
She said that legislation to label Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism is being developed by the US government in collaboration with Congress. Calling Russia out as a state that uses all forms of terrorism should have clear repercussions.
Rudik was grateful for Lithuania’s assistance to Ukraine, which included delivering guns and ammunition to the Ukrainian army. She asked other nations to assist Ukraine since it was defending not only its own sovereignty but also the principles of the entire democratic globe.
Rudik also expressed gratitude to Latvia for its $2.4 million donation of medical supplies to Ukraine. She claimed that having support on numerous fronts would lead to victory more quickly.
She asked the EU’s member states to impose sanctions on Russia so their economy would collapse by 2023. The latest sanctions will significantly reduce Russia’s capacity to fund its conflict with Ukraine.
According to reports, the Russian arsenal is already having trouble keeping up with the excessive demand for ammunition by the Russian military. Since the start of the conflict, Russia has lost a significant number of battle tanks, fighter planes, and combat helicopters.
Rudik emphasised that Russia is preparing for yet another significant strike on Ukraine while discussing the expansion of its naval fleet. She urged everyone to take quick action before it was too late.