Zelenskiy expects ‘meaningful steps’ at Nato, EU and G7 summits
Referencing the Nato, EU and G7 summits that will take place in Brussels on Thursday, Zelenskiy urged for “meaningful steps” while noting the talks will reveal “who is a friend, who is a partner, and who betrayed us for money.”
Politicians must also support freedom. All of them. They must support the struggle for life.
We are waiting for meaningful steps. From Nato, the EU and the G7.
We know that the Russians have already begun to lobby their interests. These are the interests of war. We know that they are working with some partners. We know that they want to put this issue out. The struggle against war. But this is the war that needs to be put out.
Our firm position will be represented at these three summits. At these three summits we will see: Who is a friend, who is a partner, and who betrayed us for money.”
Zelenskiy continued to say Ukrainian sky has not been made safe from Russian missiles and bombs, urging for more support in weapons.
We have not received aircraft and modern anti-missile weapons. We have not received tanks, anti-ship equipment. Russian forces can keep killing thousands of our citizens, destroying our cities. Just because there are too many invaders. Just because Russiahas been preparing for such a war for decades.
We asked to close our sky. And we asked for assistance from Nato to be effective and without limits. Any support in weapons that we need. We asked the Alliance to say it will fully help Ukraine win this war, clear our territories of the invaders and restore peace in Ukraine.”