President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine said that help from the United States and the West, in general, come too late to protect his nation and people from the Russian army’s atrocities.
According to reports, Russian soldiers were gaining momentum while their main point of entry was through Belarus at night. In order to safeguard his towns and forces, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated his plea for a NATO no-fly zone.
Volodymyr Zelensky renews plea for help amid Russia-Ukraine war
Zelensky said he has good communication channels with US President Joe Biden and other world leaders. He noted, though, that the world’s sympathy for Ukraine had only grown since Russia ordered its forces to attack his nation.
According to a White House official, the presidents of Ukraine and the United States spoke on the phone for more than half an hour on Tuesday. Zelensky acknowledged the phone call in a Twitter post that it took place while his nation was fighting Russian soldiers.
In a Tuesday interview, Zelensky said that as long as Russia’s aggressiveness in Ukraine continues, there would be no progress in discussions between the two countries. He claimed that the first step was to communicate, stating that everyone needed to stop fighting and return to the time before the invasion.
When asked if he thought his country was wasting time by trying to talk to Russia, the Ukrainian leader said no. “We’ll see,” Zelensky said as authorities convened for the first time since the start of the battle last week on Monday, as per Daily Mail.
Zelensky had requested Biden to stress to his people the severity and ramifications of Russia’s invasion before Biden’s statement in Congress on Tuesday. The Ukrainian president stated that the Democrat is one of the world’s leaders and that he should assist his folks in better understanding the issue.
The Ukraine President renewed his request for the United States and NATO to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine or deploy soldiers on the ground. According to CNN, Zelensky claimed he had previously presented his case to Western leaders, saying that leaders should defend democratic countries and seek to assist them.