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‘Please stay with Ukraine,’ says Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko

In an interview with DW, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital said Russian forces are behaving like "terrorists" by targeting key infrastructure. He urged EU leaders not to give up their support.

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