Putin declaration is ‘worrying escalation’, says foreign minister

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Putin declaration is 'worrying escalation', says foreign minister

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Putin declaration is ‘worrying escalation’, says foreign minister” – below is their description.

In response to President Putin’s address, foreign minister Gillian Keegan said his declaration is a “worrying escalation” of the war in Ukraine, which began in February.

She added that the threats should be taken “seriously” and told Ukrainians “we’re there, we’re by your side – we will help as much as we can.”

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