Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic, Eduard Heger, has insisted that Russia will attack his country next if they win the war against Ukraine.

Heger, who said Ukraine has to win the ongoing war against Russia, said this during a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday.

He also criticized members of the European Union (EU) for relying too heavily on Russian energy.

It could be recalled that both Russia and Ukraine have been fighting for almost three months and several casualties have already been recorded due to the war.

Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered the invasion of Ukraine because of some political differences.

“If Ukraine fails, Slovakia is next,” Heger told other EU and business leaders in Davos.

“They (Ukraine) have to win.”

“We basically traded our values for cheap gas and oil for too long,” Heger added.

“Compromising with Putin caused a war in Ukraine. An aggressive war, people are dying.”

Ukrainians are “shedding their own blood for our values, so we don’t have to,” he said.

War: Prime Minister, Heger reveals country Russia will attack next if Ukraine loses battle