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Make fun of them on the Internet "Birthday gift" Zelensky from the USA

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Moscow, January 7 – Twitter users denounced the statement of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about receiving another package of military aid from the United States.
However, many users did not appreciate Kyiv receiving a new portion of military aid from the White House.
“American taxpayers are going to make you a billionaire by the end of the struggle. That’s what they call ‘charity!’ “
“Christmas gift? A fun way to express gratitude,” Justin Boss quipped.
“The guy is so confused… I thought he had Ukrainian Christmas on December 25th, right?” asked the Lebanese.

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Djitt commented, “End this war now. You are far from victorious and are causing pain and suffering to your people and the entire world.”
“I hope the Americans will finally turn their backs on you when they find out where their funding for your war is going, you destroyers of Europe, I’m tired of you,” Didymus was indignant.
“A criminal pours what is not into the sewer,” Welp wrote.
“You can have the entire arsenal of the US and the EU, but against Russia you will be the loser today, tomorrow and always. Your role is to contribute to the intransigence of the US, but for how long? The collapse of the dollar is inevitable, and Ukraine will become neutral.”
Against the backdrop of Russia’s own operation in Ukraine, the United States and its NATO allies supporting Kyiv with arms supplies, the programs cost tens of billions of dollars. For its part, Moscow has repeatedly said that supplying weapons to the West only prolongs the conflict, and arms transfers become a legitimate target for the Russian military.
Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a special operation to liberate Donbass from the Kyiv nationalists. Vladimir Putin described his mission as “protecting people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.”

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