Zelensky criticizes the West for its lack of unity

Zelensky criticizes the West for its lack of unity

President blames Hungary for blocking sixth package of sanctions against russia, while children are dying in Ukraine

Zelensky criticizes the West for its lack of unity

It is informed that the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky criticized the West for the lack of unity. He also blamed Hungary for blocking the sixth package of sanctions against russia, “while children were dying in Ukraine.”

Source. He stated that while speaking via video link at the Ukrainian Breakfast within the framework of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Details. “Now I want to ask the European Union. Is there unity on the European continent regarding the future of Ukraine? I haven't seen it yet. Look at Finland and Sweden. They decided to join NATO. russia was pushing Ukraine into NATO, and then by starting its war against Ukraine it pushed Finland and Sweden into NATO. Is there now unity on the accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO? No. So is there a strong united West? No,” he said.

Zelensky also commented on the sanctions, including the sixth package: “Everyone says – the sixth package, the oil embargo. Meanwhile, russia will earn $200 billion, and will be able to buy any weapon. Was the sixth package implemented? No, something is wrong with Hungary.”

Zelensky noted that Ukraine is not confident in the West, because the sky is still not closed, and the EU and NATO do not admit Ukraine.

In addition, the President stressed that Ukraine is not going to make concessions and will fight to the end until it regains its territories. At the same time, he added that the russian army is many times technically superior to the Ukrainian one.

Zelensky is sure that after the military part there will be a peace process and there will be a negotiating table.

“The question is with whom Ukraine will negotiate. The question is which president of russia Ukraine will negotiate with. It also depends on the wishes of the incumbent president of russia,” the President said.

Previously. Polish President Andrzej Duda accused Germany of violating a promise regarding the supplies of modern Leopard tanks to Warsaw in exchange for those handed over to Ukraine.

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