The scale of the “battle for the Donbass” will make the world recall the Second World War, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said on Thursday, calling on NATO to keep providing Kiev with “weapons, weapons and weapons.”
Speaking at a press conference in Brussels following his meeting with his NATO counterparts, Kuleba said that while the “battle for the Donbass” has been ongoing, it has not yet reached “its maximum scale.”
“The battle for the Donbass will remind you, and I regret to say that but this is true, of the Second World War, with large operations, maneuvers, involvement of thousands of tanks, armored vehicles, planes, artillery. This will not be a local operation, based on what we see in Russia’s preparations for it. Russia has its plan, we have ours and the outcome of this battle will be decided on the battlefield,” Kuleba said.