Russian missiles to fall on NATO territory if sky over Ukraine is not closed, says Zelensky
If NATO does not close the sky over Ukraine, Russian missiles will afterwards fall on its territory, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on Facebook on March 14.
"I repeat once again: if you do not close our sky, Russian missiles will afterwards fall on your territory, on NATO territory," Zelensky wrote.
"It's only a matter of time."
According to the Ukrainian president, last year he warned NATO leaders: if there were no strict preventive sanctions against Russia, it would start a war.
"And I was right," he said.
Ukraine is now in the 19th day of a full-scale invasion by Russia.
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