“Prepare us”: Civil defense alarms - Vitali Klitschko fears the Russian invasion of Kiev
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Civil Defense Concern – Vitali Klitschko fears the Russian invasion of Kiev

We must be ready to defend the independence and integrity of our country"As Vitali Klitschko says,

“We must be ready to defend the independence and integrity of our country,” said Vitali Klitschko.

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Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko warns of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. The capital and its citizens will resist. He told CNN that as the person responsible, he has already taken action.

FifthItali Klitschko raises the alarm: In an interview with the American station CNN, the mayor of Kiev warned of an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine and its capital.

In the event of an escalation, the city, which is responsible, must be prepared. “We’re definitely preparing,” says Klitschko, 50. “We have to be ready to defend our independence and the integrity of our country – and civil defense must be ready,” he told interviewer Linda Kincaid on Wednesday. In dem “connect the world” format.

Invasion he does not literally call it as such, but notes that it is “worst case”, “but we have to be prepared”. At the same time, he also admitted that the Russian side with the movements of its forces is probably playing only a “muscular game”.

The former world heavyweight champion and doctorate in sports sciences has been the mayor of Kiev since 2014.

No rapprochement with the NATO-Russia Council

Tensions have flared on the Ukrainian-Russian border for months. According to media reports, more than 100,000 Russian soldiers were grouped together on the Russian side.

The NATO-Russia Council met on Wednesday – for the first time in two good years – to discuss existing tensions between the two sides. The focus is on the Ukraine crisis. But there was no rapprochement, and the talks will continue.

The West fears an invasion due to Russian troop movements, which the Moscow government repeatedly rejects. At the same time, Russia is demanding security guarantees from NATO and, among other things, a pledge not to accept Ukraine into the transatlantic military alliance. The coalition categorically rejects this.

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