The Washington Times cites the Atlantic Council for hosting an event with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin:

Therefore, we as a nation must demonstrate clear, consistent support for those in the international community who are committed to stopping Russian aggression by using every means within their power. This was recently articulated by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin when he spoke at an Atlantic Council forum on wartime diplomacy.

Mr. Klimkin declared that shooting down the Malaysian airliner was a game-changer. He called for stronger, more consistent action from Ukraine’s allies. “We don’t need sanctions for the sake of sanctions,” he said, pointing to sanctions against Russia that are so riddled with loopholes they’ve been reduced to Swiss cheese sanctions.“Aggression is aggression!” Mr. Klimkin stated, referring to the downplaying of Russia’s actions. “The people watching know what’s at stake.”

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