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European Leaders Show Ukraine Support After Recent Russian Missile Barrage

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Various countries are siding with Ukraine after Russia released a barrage of missiles in Ukraine on July 8. 

In a widespread attack, Russia targeted Ukraine with more than 40 missiles of different types, hitting five Ukrainian cities and a children’s hospital in the capital of Kyiv. European leaders are voicing out their opinions on the attack, condemning Russia for targeting civilians, specifically children, Politico reported.

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Right after the attack, the Foreign Minister of Italy, Antonio Tajani, tweeted that the “international community” must condemn “war crimes,” and the government of Italy would “continue to defend the sovereignty of Ukraine and its people.”

The Czech Foreign Minister, Jan Lipavsky, also took to Twitter to say that no one should “yield to aggression,” adding he is headed to the NATO summit “to push for a long-term strategy to contain Russia.”

The president of Austria, Alexander Van der Bellen, said Austria will continue to stand with Ukraine.

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Josep Borrell, the European Union foreign policy chief, said Russia is “ruthlessly targeting” Ukraine civilians and he will take note of “all responsible” for the “war crimes.”

The president of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, said attacking children is a different level of cruelty. Russia showed a “lack of humanity” and “disregard for human life” when it targeted children. 

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According to AP, Western leaders supporting Ukraine will meet in Washington on Tuesday for a three-day NATO summit. Leaders will try to reassure Ukraine of NATO's support and find ways to offer it help. Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said he hopes the summit will give Ukraine more defense air systems. 

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