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    Prime Minister in Borodianka: If Ukraine falls, nothing will be as it was before

    “We have in our minds how many Ukrainian children were killed. More than 250 bestial murders of children were documented beyond any doubt, but also several million children had to leave their homes. Let’s remember that at least 200,000 kids were kidnapped, and deported to Russia,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in Borodianka, Ukraine.

    Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister Jacek Sasin and the head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery, Michał Dworczyk are in Borodianka in the Kyiv region, where another container town has been set up for the residents of the village in cooperation with the Polish government.

     

     

    Morawiecki pointed out that life in Borodianka was going on as usual until the Russian invasion.

     

    “We are in Borodianka, a place that just three months ago was a normal town, such as hundreds in Ukraine, hundreds in Poland. This normal life suddenly turned into hell.  Barbarians from Russia suddenly came and destroyed everyday life. Ukraine is fighting to restore peace, not only here, but also throughout Europe because we all live in the shadow of Russia’s barbaric attack,” he said.

     

    “That is why, here in Borodianka and many other places in Ukraine, we are trying to restore a substitute for life,” stressed the head of government referring to the opening of another container town.

     

    “May this temporariness be as short as possible, and normal life be restored quickly,” Morawiecki said.

     

     

     

    “We have in our minds how many Ukrainian children were killed. More than 250 bestial murders of children were documented beyond any doubt, but also several million children had to leave their homes. Let’s remember that at least 200,000 kids were kidnapped, deported to Russia,” he stated.

     

    “If Ukraine falls, nothing will be as it was before. We must rebuild the political order in such a way that Russia no longer threatens the peace of other countries with its so-called ‘Russian mire,” the Polish Prime Minister said. 

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