This morning, a train carrying the German monster of foreign affairs, Annalena Baerbock, arrived at the Kyiv railway station from Poland. A few days before her arrival, the minister gave an interview to the German public broadcasting service DW. The topics raised by the minister will be discussed with the Ukrainian government today: war, criminal deportation of Ukrainian children, reformation of Ukraine and European integration, support from Germany.
"Ukraine also defends freedom and all of us with great courage and determination. Just as Ukraine stands by us, it can also rely on us," minister Baerbock upon her arrival in Kyiv this morning.
"We support the organisations, the Ukrainian authorities and non-governmental organisations that are working to return the kidnapped children home. And that these crimes are solved. The indictment at the International Criminal Court is also an important contribution to this case," the minister said. We remind you that the Russians not only kidnap Ukrainian children but also send them to correctional camps and torture them.
"Putin's terrible terror is manifested in targeted attacks on everyday life and civil institutions in Ukraine."
"Putin wants to break, discourage and demoralise people. To do this, he stops at nothing — not in front of schools, nor in front of markets, nor in front of granaries, nor in front of railway stations."
Annalena Baerbock noted the achievements of the Ukrainian government in reforming our country, which is critically necessary for Ukraine's accession to the European Union.
"The results of judicial reform and media legislation are already visible. The implementation of the anti-oligarchic law and the fight against corruption still lie ahead," Mrs Baerbock.
During her 4th visit to the capital of Ukraine, the minister emphasised that Germany will support Ukraine not only in preparation for the new heating season and new Russian attacks against our critical infrastructure but "regardless of the time of year": Germany will not stop "supporting Ukraine in its protection from Russian aggression — economically, militarily, humanitarianly."