Zelenskiy complained about the madness of the Russian leadership

Zelenskiy complained about the “madness” of the Russian leadership

The world is becoming increasingly clear that more wars could be on the horizon, says the Ukrainian president. His advisor Podolyak called for “maximum strengthening of Ukraine
with high-tech weapons.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused the Russian leadership of “madness” and warned of possible new wars in the world. “Due to the madness of the Russian leadership, all the nations of the world now face a period of uncertainty and uncertainty,” Zelensky said in his evening video message broadcast in Kiev on Friday.

“It is becoming increasingly clear to the world that more wars may be on the horizon,” the president also wrote on the social network X (formerly Twitter). Zelensky once again called on the international community to unite to defeat Russia.

“We have the strength to maintain a normal life,” he said. The world can do this. “Force must be used right now to stop Russia.” The country depends on the supply of weapons and ammunition from the West for its defense. Zelensky once again thanked his international allies for their help. The most important objective is to provide the country with everything it needs to expel the Russian occupiers.

Zelenskiy's adviser Mykhailo Podolyak supported his boss's words demanding more weapons from allies in the fight against the Russian invaders. “The problem at this stage of the war is that the number of weapons, drones, grenades, etc., is not evenly distributed. “This has to be balanced,” he told “Bild” (Saturday).

“The number of weapons should be large”

There is only one scenario: the maximum strengthening of Ukraine with high-tech weapons. “Everyone shouldn't talk, but invest a lot in military production, in consumer goods: long-range missiles, drones, grenades, artillery pieces. The number of weapons must be large.” Podoljak pointed to the long front. Your country defends itself in different directions and attacks in different directions. “The total front line is 1,300 kilometers and the fighting takes place between 600 and 800 kilometers.”

He assumes that, according to the ideas of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the war will continue “until he conquers the entire territory of Ukraine, until he achieves supremacy in Europe, until he conquers other post-Soviet territories”. Because: “A person does not go to a big war after destroying his reputation and relationships if he is content with little. It makes no sense.”

Ukraine has been defending itself from Russia's war of aggression for almost two years with financial and military assistance from Western allies. Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the order to attack the neighboring country on February 24, 2022. Parts of the Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia have since been occupied by Russian troops. (APA)

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