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.
"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.
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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.