The European Union has condemned the latest Russian missile attacks on Ukraine.
On 31 October, Russia launched several missile strikes against critical infrastructure in Ukraine, including in Kyiv, Zaporizhya, Vinnytsia Region, Dnipro and Pavlograd.
“Moscow’s strategy of sowing fear will not work. We will continue to stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes,” European Council President Charles Michel said on Twitter.
EU High Representative Josep Borrell added that these missile strikes against civilians and civilian infrastructure across Ukraine, “with debris hitting a village in Moldova, are yet another violation of international humanitarian law”.
“It’s a brutal attempt by Russia to destroy critical facilities ahead of winter,” wrote Borrell on Twitter.
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