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Ukraine's president sees Russia as biggest threat to international security

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is confident that Russia is the biggest threat to international security today.

REUTERS
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"Russia is not a contributor to international security, but its biggest threat," he said during the general debates of the 72nd United Nations General Assembly session in New York City on Wednesday, September 20.

NATO official says Donbas conflict already "frozen""Just think about it. Stealing other nations' land… kidnapping people… conducting a hidden war…downing a civilian aircraft… spreading lies globally – is this the kind of behavior we expect from a permanent Security Council member?" he wondered.

According to Poroshenko, Russia is, perhaps, the only country in the world that has conflicts – hot, frozen or potential – with almost all its neighbors nowadays.

Tags: Russia, Poroshenko, UNGA, security, threat

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