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Kherson civilian ‘evacuations’ by Russia ‘outrageous’: EU Commission VP Jourova

By France24
24 October 2022   |   10:48 am
Speaking to FRANCE 24, Vera Jourova, a Vice-President of the European Commission, strongly condemned what Russia says are evacuations of civilians in the Kherson province of southern Ukraine. "I come from Czechoslovakia and this is the old playbook," she told Catherine Nicholson. "The Soviet military invasion of 1968 was presented as brotherly help."

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