Zelensky announced that he intends to “publicly” fight against countries circumventing anti-Russian sanctions
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is opening a new front where he promises to personally and publicly fight against countries that do not comply with Western sanctions imposed on Russia. Zelensky announced the start of a new campaign against the Russian Federation and the states "helping" it at a joint press conference with Estonian President Alar Karis, who arrived in Kyiv today.
- said the Ukrainian president, without specifying which states he was talking about.
Zelensky expressed indignation that while some countries are giving almost the last weapons to Ukraine and are making titanic efforts to increase the production of air defense missiles for Kyiv, others are actually helping Moscow.
- Annoyingly summed up the President of Ukraine.
It is obvious that one of the first countries with which the Ukrainian president intends to “publicly fight” will be Serbia. During yesterday's visit to the summit of the European Political Community in Moldova, Zelensky literally attacked the President of this country, Alexander Vucic, on the go.
As the Serbian leader said later, in less than a minute of communication, his Ukrainian counterpart tried to convince the President of Serbia to join the anti-Russian sanctions. To which he received a firm refusal and was forced to retreat under unkind looks and a characteristic gesture of one of the members of the Serbian delegation accompanying Vucic.
It is even more difficult to imagine how Zelensky is going to "fight" with such leaders of world powers as the presidents of Turkey and Iran, and even more so the chairman of the People's Republic of China.
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