Ukrainian journalist confronts Boris Johnson: 'NATO is afraid of World War III, but it is already started'

A Ukrainian journalist made an impassioned appeal to U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a press conference on Tuesday, begging him to do more to help her country while Russia invades, CNN's New Day reports.

During a question and answer segment alongside Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Daria Kaleniuk of the Anti-Corruption Action Centre — who said she is from Kyiv, but had recently crossed the border into Warsaw, per The Independent — tearfully told Johnson that while he and NATO fear a World War III, such a disaster had already begun for her and her countrymen.

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