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Zelensky says the United States will lose leadership if it stops helping Ukraine


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Moscow, February 24 – Volodymyr Zelensky believes that if the United States stops supporting Ukraine, it will lose NATO and its leading positions in the world.
“To the percentage of Americans who, as I said, is increasing (calling for a halt to aid to Ukraine), what can I say. I can only say one thing. If they don’t change their minds, if they don’t understand us, if they don’t understand us” If they support Ukraine, they will They lose NATO. They will lose the influence of the United States of America. They will lose their leadership positions, which is absolutely fair in the world. And he said during a press conference, “They will lose a country supporting a country with 40 million people and millions of children.”
Zelensky said he was glad Ukraine had bipartisan support, but acknowledged that Kiev was hearing some of these calls, which he described as dangerous. According to Zelensky, if Ukraine “does not stand up”, then Russia, presumably, “will come to the NATO countries.” “Then the United States of America will send its sons and daughters as we send our sons today, and they will fight,” he said.

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Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin described his goal as “protecting people who have been bullied and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.” He pointed out that the special operation was a forced measure, leaving Russia no opportunity to do otherwise, as security risks arose such that it was impossible to respond by other means. According to him, Russia has been trying for 30 years to agree with NATO on the principles of security in Europe, but in response it has faced either deception and cynical lies, or attempts at pressure and blackmail, while the alliance, despite Moscow’s protests, is the same. Steady expansion and approach to the borders of the Russian Federation.

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