President Egils Levits led the chorus of condemnation, giving a very clear view of Russian missile attacks on civilian population centers.
Latest bombing of Kyiv and other targets must remove any doubt that 🇷🇺 is a terrorist state, hell-bent on destruction and domination. Global support for 🇺🇦 must be redoubled to stop this evil.— Egils Levits (@valstsgriba) October 10, 2022
Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš said sanctions against Russia should be further tightened.
We must continue to tighten sanctions against Putin’s Russia until Ukraine wins this war.— Krišjānis Kariņš (@krisjaniskarins) October 10, 2022
Spoke to @guardian during #EUCO in Prague about our continued support to Ukraine and the current political events in Latvia. https://t.co/eKIAqzCEbs
Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs said no-one at the Latvian embassy in Kyiv had been hurt during the most recent missile attacks, and underlined the increasingly obvious fact that Russia is a cowardly terrorist state that must be defeated militarily.
By shelling #Kyiv and #Zaporizhia #Russia shows its cowardice and true nature of a terrorist state, more weapons’ deliveries to #Ukraine are needed in order to stop this war and Russia— Edgars Rinkēvičs (@edgarsrinkevics) October 10, 2022