Following Zelensky’s speech, Russia retaliated, saying that the Ukrainian president “would prefer the existence of neither Russia nor Putin”.
New Delhi :
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos on Thursday morning that he does not understand whether Russian President Vladimir Putin is alive or not. He made the remarks at a private event ‘Ukrainian Breakfast’ when he was pressed to know when the peace talks would start. However, a video of Zelensky’s remarks Twitter But has come to the fore. Russian leaders retaliated by saying that the Ukrainian president “would prefer neither Russia nor Putin to exist.”
“Now I don’t understand with whom and about what to talk about,” Zelensky said on the breakfast program. I’m not sure that the President of Russia, who sometimes appears in front of a green screen, Okay. I don’t know if he’s alive. Whether he’s making decisions, or who’s making decisions there.”
According to Ukraine’s online newspaper Ukrainska Pravda, Zelensky said, “I absolutely do not understand how you make a promise to European leaders one day, and the next day launch a full-scale attack. I absolutely do not understand.” Can’t understand who we are facing. When we say “peace talks” – I don’t understand with whom?”
Hours after his speech, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov issued a strong rebuttal. fox news Mentioned his point. Peskov said, “It is clear that both Russia and Putin are a big problem for Ukraine and Zelensky. And it is clear that clearly psychologically Zelensky would prefer that neither Russia nor Putin exist.” As soon as possible, they should accept that Russia exists and will remain. This will be better for a country like Ukraine.”
Credit: ndtv.in /