Ukrainian journalist Daria Kaleniuk burst into tears during a Boris Johnson press conference in Warsaw while asking the UK Prime Minister a series of questions related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
The journalist hit out at the European Union and NATO for their neutral position at military level, with Johnson avoiding to give a direct answer to her appeals.
“You’re coming to Poland – you’re not coming to Kyiv, Prime Minister,” she said.
“You’re not coming to Lviv. Because you are afraid. Because NATO is not willing to defend.
“Because NATO is afraid of World War 3 – but it has already started.
“These are Ukrainian children who are there taking the hit.
“You are talking about more sanctions, but Roman Abramovich is not sanctioned. He’s in London. His children are not in the bombardments, his children are there in London. [Vladimir] Putin’s children are in the Netherlands. In Germany. In mansions.
“Where are all these mansions seized? I don’t see that.”