“This is not war, this is terrorism”
“We saw the second face of this war — we saw a face that is hard to understand and accept, the bombed-out housing estates, the houses, the destroyed houses. … I saw them on television, these ruins, and now I’ve seen it with my own eyes, and it’s hard to believe it. And I told President Volodymyr Zelensky and the gentlemen presidents and our staff: this is not war, this is terrorism. If someone sends planes if someone sends soldiers to bomb residential areas, and kill civilians — this is not war. That’s brutality, banditry, terrorism. And this is the second face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, this is the face we will never agree with, never,” Duda stressed.
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