Russia fails on the battlefield, so it resorts to “death, starvation, hypothermia”

In comments made at the International Food Security Summit in the Ukrainian capital, Morawiecki said that Russia has “overestimated its own military potential and already knows that victory on the battlefield may not be achievable. Therefore, Moscow is looking for other methods to break Ukraine. Instead of fighting with soldiers, Russia brings death, starvation and hypothermia to civilians.”

The Polish Prime Minister compared the current situation with the famine caused by the dictator Stalin.

“These total war methods have been in the Russian arsenal for a long time. Russia is fighting to rebuild an empire, and it knows that an empire is built on the bones and corpses of innocent people. Just like 90 years ago, during the Holodomor,” Morawiecki said on the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, a Soviet-era famine that killed millions during the winter of 1932-1933.

Morawiecki’s comments come not only in the context in which the world is facing a global food crisis, aggravated by the Russian war, but also in the conditions in which many Ukrainians are deprived of heating, water and electricity due to Russian strikes on civilian infrastructure.

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