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Estonian PM: NATO must stop 'war criminal' Putin

"I think we have to double our efforts - Putin cannot win this war," Kallas said

11 March 2022, France, Versailles: Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas arrives at the Palace of Versailles on the second day of the EU Summit, where the heads of states and governments of the EU are meeting to discuss the current developments after the Russian attack on Ukraine. Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa.
Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas arrives at the Palace of Versailles at the EU summit on 11 March. Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa.

NATO should "double" its efforts to end Russia's war in Ukraine, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas has said at the start of an extraordinary summit of the defence alliance in Brussels.

"I think we have to double our efforts - Putin cannot win this war," Kallas said, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose war in Ukraine started exactly one month ago.

The Kremlin leader is taking steps "to make us afraid" and "deter us from helping Ukraine further or making additional steps."

"We should definitely not fall into that trap - we have to stop the war criminal," she said.

Estonian PM: NATO must stop 'war criminal' Putin
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