“We are all still doing too little. We can’t rest on the laurels by having sent a few tanks. War is expensive. But the Ukrainians make the real sacrifices”
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu urged countries, including Germany, to increase arms supplies to Ukraine in an interview with the German national daily newspaper Die Welt.
“I would like to call on our German friends once again to ramp up arms deliveries to Ukraine. We are facing enormous chanand ges, psychologically this is difficult, especially for Germany. I see. But Sweden and Finland are also realigning themselves. We have to be quick now, we can’t wait, we have to face our challenges,” said Reinsalu.
“The following applies: We are all still doing too little. We can’t rest on the laurels of having sent a few tanks. War is expensive. But the Ukrainians make real sacrifices. It is our responsibility to support them in their struggle. This is our moral duty. Because we could have done more to deter the ‘Russian beast.’ Ukrainians are the bravest nation in the world. But they won’t survive without our help,” he said.