Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has reiterated calls for heavier weaponry to aid its defence against Russia at the start of talks with his counterparts from NATO countries.
Kuleba described his agenda for the meeting in Brussels on Thursday: “It’s weapons, weapons, weapons.”
The best way to help Ukraine is to provide the country with everything it needs to put Russian President Vladimir Putin in his place and defeat the Russian army, he added.
Kuleba said that Germany could do more in terms of arms deliveries “given its reserves and capacities” and that decision-making was taking too long.
“While Berlin has time, Kiev has none,” he said.
The more and the faster Ukraine received weapons, the more lives would be saved and the fewer cities would be destroyed, he said.