Kyriakos Mitsotakis for the moment of Russian attack in Odessa: It was something very wild!

How he experienced Russia’s missile strike in , just before his meeting with Volodimir Zelensky took place, the prime minister revealed to reporters who covered his visit. How he lived the missile attack yesterday (p. 06.03.2024) in Odessa was described by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to reporters who were with him in Bucharest today, for the European People’s Party (ELC). “We were all worried. If you think we were in an open space, without the ability to cover up anywhere, it was something very wild,” said Kyriakos Mitsotakis, repeating Europe’s will to continue supporting Ukraine, which has been in a war for two years. “One understands what war means. We were there seven hours. For Ukrainians it is daily reality. And this confirms the correctness of the EU’s choice to support Ukraine against Russian aggression,” the Greek Prime Minister added. Earlier Thursday morning, March 7, in his speech at the EPC conference, referring to the missile attack, he sent that “no violation of territorial sovereign rights and international law will be accepted by the European family.” “You won’t scare us,” was the message to the Kremlin.