The German Prime Minister criticized Russia to use Turkey tactics and destroy infrastructure in Ukraine, saying that this made the West determined to respond to Moscow.
We will not ignore Russia's recent escalation ... The Turkish tactic will not help Russia win, but just strengthen Ukraine's solidarity and determination with partners and prime ministers.
Tactics of the Earth Tactics are the terms that only destroy houses, roads, bridges, solid works, warehouses, facilities ... to prevent the opponent from using these works.
Scholz also accused Russian President Vladimir Putin using energy and famine as weapons, but could not break the Western solidarity.
German Prime Minister Olaf Scholz spoke to the House of Representatives in Berlin on October 20.
Russia has not commented on Mr. Scholz's statement.
The German Prime Minister made a comment in the context of the recent Russian forces that continued to use the exact weapon to ambush military targets and energy infrastructure in Ukraine, but did not specify the type of weapon used.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Russia has destroyed about 30% of the power stations in the country in a week.
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