Ukrainian representative to the UN said that he would protect Ukraine from a repeated attack by the Kremlin

08:26 02 November Kyiv, Ukraine

Only the de-Putinization of the regime in Russia will make it possible to completely end the war, and not the defeat of the enemy’s army and the expulsion of the invaders from Ukrainian territory.

Such an opinion on Tuesday, November 1, was expressed by the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN Serhiy Kislitsa.

In his opinion, the victory of the Ukrainian military on its territory will not mean the end of the war: "if the regime in the Russian Federation is not deputinized, we will constantly live in tension under the threat of a repetition of military intervention."

He noted that the guarantee of security for Ukraine in the future will be several steps that Ukraine must take in the coming years: Ukraine's accession to NATO, full integration into the European Union, further development of the "extremely strong" Armed Forces, strengthening the economy.