Thursday, February 2

Zelensky denounces unfulfilled promises of the West


The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyhas denounced the broken promises of the west to defend Ukraine of the military offensive launched by Russia thirteen days ago. “We have been listening to promises for thirteen days, thirteen days that they are telling us that there will be help in the sky, that there will be planes, that they will give it to us,” Zelenski said in a new video message posted on his office’s Telegram account. “The blame for every death, every person in Ukraine from air strikes and blockades of cities lies, of course, with the Russian state, with the Russian Army. With those who give and carry out criminal orders. With those who violate all the rules of war and of those who deliberately destroy the Ukrainian people,” he pointed out, however.

“The fault lies with the occupants, but the responsibility for this also lies with those who, somewhere in the West, for thirteen days in some office, obviously they have not been able to make a necessary decision”, the Ukrainian president stressed. The responsibility is also “of those who have not yet secured the Ukrainian sky (to protect us) from Russian assassins and did not save our cities from air strikes, bombs, missiles (…)”, he emphasized.

On the threshold of life and death

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The president of ukraine He has stressed that hundreds of thousands of people in the country’s cities are on the threshold of life or death, “literally, and not as politicians say when they refer to the supply of combat aircraft to Ukraine.” “Anti-missile defense is vital. It is vital!” exclaimed the president, who announced that he would “appeal directly to the citizens of the world if international leaders do not make every effort to stop this war.”

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Zelensky explained that there are talks with leaders and parliamentarians from all over the world who “know how to help Ukraine”, but that “there are things that cannot be decided in negotiations, that do not depend directly on us, but on humanity, which must win in the major capitals. “Then – he added – we will see a safe sky over Ukraine and the cities unlocked (…) We can do it together as the people of the world, and if the world stays on the sidelines, it will be lost forever”.


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