The retaliatory sanctions against the aggressor country, imposed in response to the military interventions in the Ukrainian territory, should strengthen, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said during a meeting with foreign media outlets in Kyiv.
"We must prolong sanctions. They were introduced as punishment for continuous aggression. Therefore, the sanctions must be strengthened so that Russia would pay heavy price for vandalism and murder. I support an idea for Russia to return back within its borders and focus on its problems not at the expense of other states", said Volodymyr Groysman. "Today we should ask a lot of capitals of the world: so who is the next?"
The Prime Minister stressed that Ukraine has never been an enemy of Russia, but "Russia has become an enemy of the democratic world, including Ukraine." Our warriors, the Head of Government stressed, are struggling for other countries - Eastern Europe, the Baltic States, who are in close proximity.
Moreover, Volodymyr Groysman recommended those politicians who believe in good relations with Russia to look at the experience of Ukraine and answer the question "when this friendship will develop into aggression and what this aggression will settle into".
"They (Russians) are firing our territory from (occupied) territory belonging to us. The core demand to Russia is as follows: they brought in the troops, entered our home, they have to withdraw", accentuated Volodymyr Groysman.